Inside The Brain Of Recorded Future

Inside The Brain Of Recorded Future

How does a future predicting web service work? Its founder explains.

Naresh Kumar
  • 6 october 2010

Earlier this year, we covered a story about a new future-predicting search engine called Recorded Future that attracted investment from Google and the CIA. Unlike conventional search engines, Recorded Future goes deeper into the web and analyzes subtle connections between events and people, which helps it to look for patterns that may form certain outcomes. In a recent interview, the company’s founder Christopher Ahlberg revealed how his search engine works.

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