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Memex: Revolutionizing search and fighting the good fight

Check out how Zyte's technical expertise enabled DARPA’s breakthrough Memex technology, revolutionizing both internet search technology and the fight against human trafficking.

Want to know how we supported DARPA's Memex technology in their fight against human trafficking?

In this case study we show you how Zyte's (formerly Scrapinghub) technical expertise enabled DARPA’s breakthrough Memex technology, revolutionizing both internet search technology and the fight against human trafficking.

Initiated by DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency of the U.S. Military, Memex was designed to overcome the challenge of unstructured web data and dive into the previously hidden domains; to make the invisible visible, and most importantly, to make it useful. Memex, while extremely useful in research (both academic and commercial,) is critical for several Defense Department missions, specifically, the fight against human trafficking. We’re proud to have contributed to the R&D and continuous maintenance of this project and believe it’s a powerful example of web scraping as a force for good.

A glimpse at what's inside:

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What is Memex?
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How web scraping helps against human trafficking
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Our journey through the project.
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Project requirements and functioning.
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Zyte's (formerly Scrapinghub) contribution.
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And much more...