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We add links that weren't originally there. Like AdWords for articles.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Internet / Web Services
  • Location Mountain View, CA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded June 2013
  • Employees 3
  • Website

Company Summary

EnFind has taught computers to tell the difference between an apple that grows on a tree, and an Apple that grows its market share. We're using this technology to make people smarter and place better ads. Publishers can use EnFind to add useful and dynamic links to their articles to increase traffic and revenue.


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    Richard Wang

    After completing his PhD in Computer Science with a focus on NLP and web-based information extraction, Richard took his research to Google, where he implemented the thesis across a number of internal systems and worked in research before leaving to start EnFind.

    His last startup, a search engine, received a cease and desist order from the major search engines for his terms-violating hacks.

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    Frank Lin

    Frank received his PhD in CS from CMU before working for Twitter as data scientist where he modeled user behavior.

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    Brad Barbin

    After studying business and HCI at CMU, Brad worked in ad agencies as a producer and developer.

    His last startup used NLP to extract information from legalese, which was also geared toward publishers.


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