Search engines are becoming ever smarter in managing the massive amounts of data they are facing. In fact, few tools have face search and facial recognition. Here are the search engines that may give you a thrill. Let’s see what they reveal about our life.

 

PicTriev – Face Recognition Search Engine

Pictriev is a search engine to find similar faces on the web using face recognition. The results can vary on the resolution or quality of photo. In order to get a reliable answer, users should enter a photo that contains a frontal face with the gap between the eyes more than 80 pixels wide. What you do is upload a portrait shot or any face photo in .jpg or .jpeg format with a size no larger than 200KB. Then the search engine will return matching images found online. You can also run a demo with a selection of famous photos.

 

 

Pictriev is a search engine to find similar faces on the web using face recognition

 

In order to get a reliable answer, users should enter a photo that contains a frontal face with the gap between the eyes more than 80 pixels wide

 

Viewdle – Face Recognition Video Search Engine

Viewdle is a facial recognition video search engine, powered by Reuters Labs. It analyzes videos frame by frame, searching for faces. Moreover, it adds contextual information to the face recognition data by converting speech to text. All of that is combined in an index, which allows searching for the right person, in the right clip, at the right moment. In other words, it helps you find information and people in videos.

 

Viewdle is a facial recognition video search engine, powered by Reuters Labs

 

At this point, Viewdle can only find famous faces. Just type in a name at the bottom left and you’ll be forwarded to the search page. Here you can also enter a keyword to narrow down the results. Advanced search allows you to refine the search results by picking a video channel and time frame for the video. Obviously, this type of indexing is highly useful for TV stations, for example to browse their archives for relevant material.

 

It analyzes videos frame by frame, searching for faces

 

Blinkx - Video Search Technology

Blinkx, an Internet search engine for video and audio content based in San Francisco, allows searching and classification of audio files, video clips and streaming media such as Internet television and video on demand. Blinkx’s video search engine differs by using speech recognition to listen to the audio component of the video content, and then uses both the phonetic and text transcripts to match content with search queries. Blinkx also indexes and searches broadcasts and video blogs.

 

Blinkx is an Internet search engine for video and audio content based in San Francisco

 

It claims to be the largest deep indexed Video search engine with 35 million hours indexed (almost 4,000 years) and agreements with over 650 content companies.

 

It claims to be the largest deep indexed Video search engine with 35 million hours indexed (almost 4,000 years)

 

Truveo – search engine for Web video

Truveo, a search engine for Web video based in San Francisco and operated by AOL, was founded in 2004 by Timothy Tuttle and Adam Beguelin. Truveo launched its first commercial video search service in September 2005. The name Truveo is a combination of the modern French verb trouver (meaning "to find") and the Latin term video (meaning "I see").

 

Truveo is a search engine for Web video based in San Francisco and operated by AOL

 

In addition to operating its own search engine at truveo.com, Truveo powers video search on hundreds of websites including AOL Video, AOL Search, Microsoft websites, Sports Illustrated, Brightcove, CBS Radio websites, Qwest, CNET Search.com, CSTV, Excite, Flock, Infospace, Kosmix, Netvibes, Pageflakes, Widgetbox, and others.

 

Truveo launched its first commercial video search service in September 2005

 

Truveo claims to be one of the largest and most widely used video search engines, indexing over 300 million videos and reaching 75 million unique visitors every month across all websites it powers.

 

Truveo claims to be one of the largest and most widely used video search engines

 

 

 

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1.Google
Google is the undisputed king of 'spartan searching'. While it doesn't offer all the shopping center features of Yahoo!, Google is fast, relevant, and the largest single catalogue of Web pages available today. Make sure you try the Google 'images', 'maps' and 'news' features... they are outstanding services for locating photos, geographic directions, and news headlines.

2.Bing
Bing is Microsoft's attempt at unseating Google. Bing used to be MSN search until it was updated in summer of 2009. Touted as a 'decision engine', Bing tries to support your researching by offering suggestions in the leftmost column, while also giving you various search options across the top of the screen. Things like 'wiki' suggestions, 'visual search', and 'related searches' might be very useful to you. Bing is not dethroning Google in the near future, no. But Bing is definitely worth trying.

3.Yahoo!
Yahoo! is several things: it is a search engine, a news aggregator, a shopping center, an emailbox, a travel directory, a horoscope and games center, and more. This 'web portal' breadth of choice makes this a very helpful site for Internet beginners. Searching the Web should also be about discovery and exploration, and Yahoo! delivers that in wholesale quantities.

4.Ask (aka 'Ask Jeeves')
The Ask/AJ/Ask Jeeves search engine is a longtime name in the World Wide Web. The super-clean interface rivals the other major search engines, and the search options are as good as Google or Bing or DuckDuckGo. The results groupings are what really make Ask.com stand out. The presentation is arguably cleaner and easier to read than Google or Yahoo! or Bing, and the results groups seem to be more relevant. Decide for yourself if you agree... give Ask.com a whirl, and compare it to the other search engines you like.

5.Duck Duck Go
At first, DuckDuckGo.com looks like Google. But there are many subtleties that make this spartan search engine different. DuckDuckGo has some slick features, like 'zero-click' information (all your answers are found on the first results page). DuckDuckgo offers disambiguation prompts (helps to clarify what question you are really asking). And the ad spam is much less than Google. Give DuckDuckGo.com a try... you might really like this clean and simple search engine.

6.Wikipedia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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can edit almost any of its articles. Wikipedia is the sixth-most popular website and constitutes the Internet's largest and most popular general reference work. As of February 2014, it has 18 billion page views and nearly 500 million unique visitors each month.

7. Dogpile
Years ago, Dogpile was the fast and efficient choice before Google. Things changed, Dogpile faded into obscurity, and Google became king. But today, Dogpile is coming back, with a growing index and a clean and quick presentation that is testimony to its halcyon days. If you want to try a search tool with pleasant presentation and helpful crosslink results, definitely try Dogpile.

8.AOL Inc. (previously known as America Online, written as AOL and styled as "Aol.") is an American multinational mass media corporation based in New York City which develops, grows, and invests in brands and web sites.The company's business spans digital distribution of content, products, and services, which it offers to consumers, publishers, and advertisers.

9.A Web crawler is an Internet bot that systematically browses the World Wide Web, typically for the purpose of Web indexing. A Web crawler may also be called a Web spider,an ant, an automatic indexer, or (in the FOAF software context) a Web scutter.

Web search engines and some other sites use Web crawling or spidering software to update their web content or indexes of others sites' web content. Web crawlers can copy all the pages they visit for later processing by a search engine that indexes the downloaded pages so that users can search them much more quickly.

10 AnooX is fundamentally a better Search Engine than Yahoo! or Google because it is based on a machine generated and people (that is you) driven search generation method. That is AnooX search results are democratically generated.

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