Donkiz is a Sight’Up service. Sight’Up was founded in 2000 for offering a radically different view of the use of artificial intelligence for searches on the Internet. The company is holder of a world-wide patent for "extracting attributes for short and varied texts", this artificial intelligence engine is at the core of Donkiz technology.
The company rapidly acquired an international reputation and provides attribute extraction technology for Kelkoo, Yahoo Shopping and LeGuide Group search engines in 14 European countries.
We work in collaboration with laboratories specialized in artificial intelligence and, in particular, with the CNRS. Sight’Up was an IE-Club "Innovation Leader" award winner and the Donkiz project is supported by the governmental organization for innovation : Oséo-Anvar.
Sight’Up has the particularity of being based right in the heart of the Isère countryside, in the midst of greenery, calm and its Donkeys (which inspired the name of Donkiz, its phonetic form).
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About the Founders
The founder of Sight’Up and Donkiz is Franck Bigalet. He is co-founder of the firm Métanoïques, a company specializing in IBM-Domino technologies for the Internet. Métanoïques was bought by the Stéria Group in 2000.
Visit the Franck Bigalet's blog: DonKeyWord