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iSEEK Enterprise Presents Collaboration with Penn Medicine at 2009 AMEE Conference
Date:8/26/2009

ingful responses to a query posed. The iSEEK Medical SearchBlade uses advanced linguistic, conceptual, and artificial intelligence technologies to allow for meaningful information retrieval with natural language rather than relying on keywords or pattern algorithms.

This system enables medical professionals to obtain valuable search results, beyond typical keyword use leveraged in Search Engine Optimization (SEO).

Queen Sofia of Spain will serve as the Honorary President through September 2nd, the duration of the conference. For more information on the iSEEK Medical Searchblade presented at the AMEE Conference, please contact John Zoccola at 267-756-1108.

About iSEEK
Revolutionizing the search industry, iSEEK™ turns the burdensome task of finding what you are looking for into an exciting and unique experience. Rather than popularity-based, statistical keyword search, iSEEK™ analyzes words and their conceptual and contextual meanings and relationships to guide users to the answers they are seeking. Information is intelligently and dynamically organized into iViews™, presenting actionable results in targeted sets of answers, topics, people, organizations, and more. Revolutionary Searchblade™ and Targeted Discovery™ technologies further refine the search process, pulling information only from reputable and authoritative resources to produce relevant and meaningful responses to a query. Corporations, government organizations, and educational agencies through the world use iSEEK™, iSEEK Enterprise™, AnswerWorks™ and FreeAnswers™ to improve the link between intention and action of user search, creating more intelligent user/computer interactions.

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