The fundamental approach to tacking the problem is not overly complicated. The goal is certainly feasible, while the resources to make it practical are the primary barrier.
Since Iuron is an Open Source project, rapid assemblage and construction
of the libraries would be rapid, making use of existing projects that
fall under the General Public Licence (GPL). In return, Iuron will
provide a potentially distributed environment, wherein any idle computer
across the world can assist crawling and report back to a main knowledge
repository. Think of it as a public-driven reciprocal effort to process
and then centralise human knowledge.