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Internet Search Improved By User-side Data

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Project Description

The objective is to clearly demonstrate that better internet search can be achieved through the use of user-side personalisation (under the full control of the user) and with no personal data revealed to external third-party services. One essential ingredient of this alternative search engine is there must be no commercial bias in the results and so a second objective is to show the viability of the proposed (non-advertising) revenue model
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the NGI_TRUST grant agreement no 825618

Project Acronym ISIBUD
Status Project Complete
Funder(s) European Commission
Value £19,000.00
Project Dates Sep 1, 2019 - Jun 30, 2020



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