To what lengths will a new Web site go in 2004 to attract 1999-ish buzz? How about bringing in the President from the dot-com era?
None other than Bill Clinton gave a speech at the lavish Dec. 6 launch party of Accoona, a search site that hopes to unseat category-killer Google by using artificial intelligence.
In what could prove a very useful tool for business users — if it works as promised — Accoona also boasts a global database of 32 million companies (including 5 million in China). Click on an infinity symbol next to a company name and an info-box pops up with its address, contact information, sales, and number of employees.
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