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Google uses artificial intelligence for unknown searches
Fifteen percent of all searches use Google, are unprecedented. In order to provide these with a good response, artificial intelligence is used. The system called Rank Brain has been active since early 2015.
Google deals with artificial intelligence is already known. In early 2014, the Deep Mind took over and later that year a partnership was established with researchers at the University of Oxford to develop new algorithms for machine learning. Now give Greg Corrado, research scientist at Google, explain the application of artificial intelligence to searches.
According to Corrado, the system called Rank Brain, used successfully in the past months a lot of the searches. The system converts large amounts of written text to vector, or mathematical entities. If the system sees words or phrases that do not recognize Rank Brain can guess which word or sentence would have a similar meaning. This would allow the system better able to answer a query has not previously occurred. The artificial intelligence would be able to handle ambiguous questions.
Corrado says that artificial intelligence is performing above expectations. In the months that Rank brain is active, the system would be the fourth most important element for providing a search result. In all, there are ‘hundreds’ signals that are responsible for ranking the responses to a query.Viewing:-140
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