Unfortunately, however, the web site is heavy on promises and light on information. The claims made therein are a bit too lofty to be realistic, I think. No database, heck no software product in general, could be great as they make this system out to be. And their "how it works" diagram is, well... entirely uninformative. They do claim to have people testing it though, so it must at least do something.
One other thing I found interesting was the brief biography of the system's inventor - Boris Gelfand - listed on the management team page. You only list someone as simply "the inventor" for publicity purposes, but I can find nothing about anyone named Boris Gelfand save a chess Grandmaster by that name. Anybody know something I don't?
It'll be interesting to see if this company and its concepts turn out to be legit. Time will tell, I think... these things have a funny way of making themselves clear.