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Google has the ability to search extensively based on location. It is now possible to ask about “something” in the neighborhood, without mentioning the name of the specific thing like asking for “how tall building ‘hot, then Google gives an answer based on location.
The addition on Search called Location Aware Search. Google demonstrated the new search feature Wednesday at the SMX conference in Paris. Asking a question to an undefined ‘thing’, Google is trying to give an answer based on places in the immediate vicinity.
During the demonstration requires a person through the ‘ok Google’ command what is the name of a church. Google answer based on the location and displays Wikipedia information about St. Peter’s Church in San Francisco, where the person just stands for. The video also showed a person who faces a restaurant and asked what the hours are of the restaurant, without mentioning the name.
On Reddit experiment all users work with the commands. It turns out that the point of interest However, it must be in close proximity. It also appears to be that if a place is not completely clear, that Search ask what location is meant as two adjacent restaurants.Viewing:-133
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