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Considdr (2014–2020) was a search engine that reimagined how we build, store, and update our beliefs so that they are more evidenced-based. We fundamentally rethought how best to aggregate and distill the world’s knowledge. This blog is where we share our breakthroughs.
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This blog is dedicated to sharing the coolest ideas we worked on at Considdr (2014–2020) — a search engine that leveraged natural language processing to uncover important insights in full-text documents and provided a tool for users to build, visualize, and continuously update more evidenced-based beliefs based on those insights. “Belief Trees”, “Logical Aggregation”, and “Summarization by Adjacent Document” are among the most novel ideas we developed.

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