Wiki with as-you-type sematic search

TechCrunch takes a look at SystemOne, a wiki with semantic analysis capabilities.

“Essentially, it’s a wiki that analyzes what you are writing in real time and offers up related search results from other pages in that wiki, the web in general, your uploaded OPML file of RSS feeds, your emails and any files the system is given access to.”

This is the kind of technology I’m thinking about when I’ve talked about using linguistic tools to assist in publishing systems. Learning, self-organizing helpers. Automatic category suggestion, autolinking via user-defined keywords, simple site-specific ontology builders, etc. What about author recognition via grammar analysis?

Shame about the name, though.