We spend a lot of time and energy creating a high quality, curated index. There are many types of content, and we're constantly discovering new things to search for as well. If there's anything you want to be more highly covered, just reach out to [email protected]. This is an attempt at an enumeration:


Exa has a wide index of companies. (We also have a specific companies dataset - if you're interested, email [email protected])

Here is the homepage of a company working on making space travel cheaper:

Research Papers

Semantic search over papers is super powerful, and we have a vast index.

If you're looking for the most helpful academic paper on "embeddings for document retrieval", check this out (pdf:

Github repos

At Exa, we personally use a lot of open source code we found using Exa.

Here's a Github repo if you want to convert OpenAPI specs to Rust code:

Personal pages

It's extremely hard/impossible to find personal pages on Google these days. Exa lets you do it quite robustly.

If you're looking for someone that would be great to hire at a fintech startup, check out this person (personal page:


We live index most popular news sites. If there's a site you want and is missing, reach out to [email protected].

Here is news about war in the Middle East:

Set a date filter as well, if needed.


We cover all of Wikipedia.

Here is a Wikipedia page about a Roman emperor:


We have reasonable coverage of events in major municipalities.

Here is an AI hackathon in SF:

Date filter: last month


We excel at finding high quality reading material.

If you're a huge fan of Japandi decor, you'd love this blog:


If you're looking for a software engineering job at a small startup working on an important mission, check out

(The answer here is Exa of course, please join us)

Places and things

Hospitals, schools, restaurants, appliances, electronics, you name it.

Anything beautiful on the internet

This isn't even close to everything we have. One thing we've realized is that Google has actually limited people's imaginations when it comes to what you can find on the Internet, and we're still expanding our conceptions ourselves.