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Google's new book search deal in ideas, not key words
Ray Kurzweil, a technical innovator, presented the TED at the Vancouver TED meeting and stated that it is different from conventional searching in that it uses a semantic rather than keyword approach. Searching by keyword is great when you're looking for a particular item of information, but Google - and of course electronic technologies in general - still has a long way to go when it comes to combining ideas and responding to your thoughts.
Searching by keywords is great when you're looking for a particular item of information, but Google - and of course electronic technologies in general - still has a long way to go when it comes to combining ideas and responding to your thoughts. So will Google's results become less and less important?
Then all the requests I try at the end lead to this re-captcha thing - and I'm NEVER logged in to Google, so the whole thing lasts two, three or more min, according to how shy their'anti-bot' algorithms are at the tim. Screw Google, screw the horses they were riding and shit their efforts to "answer all your thoughts".
Apparently we geek on/. not the same searching needs as the big crowd of six people. Like when we enter a strange string of characters, we mean that we are looking for the precise occurrence of this strange string, because it is the callsign of a particular gene and we are looking for an item that mentions this strange cytorect.
However, Google rules that it is a wrongly spelled one. They use aggregated information from email for promotional use, does that mean they can retrieve email for ideas that have been put out without a person actually listening to them, and say they were just aggregated information they used? Any results I get from this "idea-based research engine" could easily be predicated on an intelligent keyword extension.
"All I' m getting is a full booklisting on Casanova. So are there any good samples of requests that show a deep appreciation of the book through this new searching machine? It' been confusing me for some goddam long ago, so I asked Google: Make a quest and you will find this precise text, backed by Phil Proctor. You will find the word. emonstrated swell:
Make a quest and you will find exactly this text, which is endorsed by Phil Proctor. Continuing......... still has a long way to go when it comes to combining ideas and responding to issues with full thoughts. Book Google: Book Google: Book Google: However, this concept searching machine is not impressing. As there were no additional key words to limit the searching, the responses were almost always pertinent to other areas I was thinking of.