Is Flipora the Wave of the Future?

Flipora is a smart search engine that suggests websites for you based on your recent search history. But what makes Flipora different is that it returns relevant results based on the users’ browsing history, plus it recommends new pages at the same time.
Flipora is based on the idea that artificial intelligence can offer a new and better way for users to locate their desired content.
The new use of artificial intelligence has the potential to eventually replace search engines as the number one way to search for information online. The idea that Flipora could be the dawn of something revolutionary like Paypal and Google is attracting more and more investment partners. Among the new backers are Gokul Rajaram, creator of Google Adsense, and Munjah Shah, founder and CEO of like.com. They believe Flipora can be a catalyst when it comes to connecting people through knowledge and shared interests.
The company that was founded by Jonathan Siddharth and Vijay Krishnan when they were still graduate students at Stanford University. Flipora seems to be in a very good growth stage. It is attracting users that want to receive personalized content in a convenient manner.
Flipora hopes to be able to develop a Discovery Engine that will easily provide relevant content to personalized users. The main difference between search engines and discovery engines is that discovery engines provide results by similarity instead of popularity. That way you get more page results related to your search term.
AI has entered the real world in a pretty big way. It is no longer something you only see portrayed in science fiction movies and books. It can actually predict the type of content a user will be interested in, and deliver it at a time they want it.
Flipora is graced with a social element that is apart from typical search engines. Facebook connects people based on social relationships. LinkedIn does the same with professional relationships. Flipora, in its unique way, links the world based around specific interests, They want to take the idea further and globalize it to the maximum extent. If this is done, the typical search engine could go the way of cassettes and video tapes.