The Swingly Mission
At Swingly, we think that it should be a search engine’s sworn duty to find the particular piece information that you’re looking for, no matter if you’re asking a complex question like
How much money did Top Gun make outside of the U.S.?
or just putting together a simple keyword query like
Top Gun international gross
If you’re like us, you don’t care if Google’s index contains 295,000 pages which could potentially help you. Who’s got time to read all of that? You only want to know one thing: the amount of money that “Top Gun” made in countries other than the United States. (It’s $168 million, by the way.)
That’s where we come in.
Swingly is a new type of semantic search engine designed to help you find answers to questions — wherever they can be found on the Internet. Want to know what country the Battle of the Bulge was fought in? Or how many #1 singles Britney has had since 2002? Or what countries Pope Benedict will be visiting this summer? How abo
We're developing a new semantic search engine capable of retrieving answers to users questions -- wherever they can be found on the Internet. We leverage a number of in-house products, including (1) customizable information extraction, (2) information fusion, (3) textual entailment, and (4) question answering software packages.
Our team is comprised of experienced developers and researchers in the field of natural language processing, semantic search, information extraction, and text processing. Our CEO, Andy Hickl, is also the CEO and President of Language Computer Corporation, one of the leading companies in natural language processing for more than 10 years.
Life at Swingly
While we're full of big ideas, we don't forget that it's the little things which makes a company great to work for. Although we're in Dallas (well, Richardson), Texas -- home of Initech (remember "Office Space") -- we've got a great group of people who are committed to building the next big thing in search, here in "Big D".