Google Turns 20 Today And Mark Its 20th Anniversary With A Doodle

Google Turns 20 Today And Mark Its 20th Anniversary With A Doodle

Google Turns 20 Today And Mark Its 20th Anniversary With A Doodle

The Collections feature is a way to keep your search content in one spot.

Google has answered all our queries since it came into being in 1998 as a research project by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, both Ph.D. students at the Stanford University, US. Google, in marking the 20th anniversary of Google search, announced its own plans to tap artificial intelligence, including enticing you to interact more with its rebranded, deeper Discover activity feed and other services.

Google has unveiled a host of updates to its search product, created to make visual information more useful as pictures and video become more central to the Internet experience.

The update will also enable users to edit the types of content shown to them by moving a new slider that appears on cards in the feed up and down, indicating whether users would like to see more or less of this type of content.

With this redesign, Google has also added multi-lingual support to "Discover" to make the feature easier to understand and use for people of different dialects.

'Retracing your steps online can be really hard, ' Fox explained. The new design now offers topic headers which better explain "why you're seeing a particular card in Discover".

"When Search first began, our results were just plain text", Google Images Engineering Director Cathy Edwards said in a blog post.

If you've ever searched for a topic over time, you might forget what you saw, and where.

The exact methodology of how Google gives preference to one page compared to other is still not clearly knowm. The main objective of revamping the search engine is to assist its users while they conduct long-term queries that can not be answered by a solitary search.

Like Snapchat, Facebook, and Instagram, Google will soon have a "Stories" feature.

Featured Videos will show animated previews of relevant results within the feed.

Apparently, Google has run more than 200,000 experiments that made way for 2,400 plus changes to the search engine.

Google's image search is getting enhancements.

Google has done some changes to update its Search Engine. "Today, we're introducing three fundamental shifts in how we think about Search, including a range of new features that use AI to make your search experience more visual and enjoyable".

'... Fast forward to today, and now we index hundreds of billions of pages in our index - more information than all the libraries in the world could hold.

Some of these searches include "Is Pluto still a planet?" from 2006, to the "Royal Wedding" from 2011, and "how do you pronounce "gif" ", that was the most popular search of 2013.

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