Discovery Hub – Exploratory Search Engine Built Upon Wikipedia
Discovery Hub is an exploratory search engine built on top of the famous encyclopedia on the web, Wikipedia. The exploratory search is a new way to search the web, not to find what you are searching, but to find what you are not searching, and might be intersting for you ! It allows performing queries in an innovative way and helps you to navigate rich results. As a hub, it proposes redirections to others platforms to make you benefit from your discoveries (Youtube, Deezer and more). Want a film recommendation related to writers you like? Want to discover bands at the crossroad of an electro and rock record-labels you like? Interested by more complex and composite recommendations based on your deepest interests: a writer, a film and a band combination? Or maybe something simpler? If you have a thirst for discovery and knowledge, Discovery Hub has answers for you. Discovery Hub gives you recommendations, but also tools to understand why you have these recommendations, because we know that the more important in a recommendation is to know why you get it! Discovery Hub is now more social! Of course you can like a topic, and share it on Twitter, but more important, now you can share searches you’ve made, collections you are making, to your Discovery Hub followers! And of course you can also follow your friends and/or interesting people if you find them! This will be added to Academic and Scholar Search Engines and Sources white paper. This will be added to Knowledge Discovery Subject Tracer™. This will be added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This will be added to Entrepreneurial Resources Subject Tracer™. This will be added to Social Informatics Subject Tracer™.