This week Google introduced "structured snippets," which demonstrate yet another way Google is extracting Web page information and displaying that in its search results. This time, the added data (which Google calls "facts") will show up on a Web page's search result snippet.
Google reportedly has spent $400 million to buy a London based artificial intelligence company called DeepMind. Neither firm offered up more information, but reports indicate DeepMind's team will be working with Google's search team.
Learning algorithms learn from the patterns they detect, both in queries and documents, as well as the relationships between them. By understanding how machine learning works, you can provide more informative, entertaining, and engaging content.
Google and NASA joined forces to establish the Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab that to research artificial intelligence using quantum computers. The lab will use a D-Wave 2 computer that is priced at around $15 million.
It takes 16,000 computers working as a brain to tell if a cat is a cat. We know this thanks to an experiment to create a computer brain carried out in Google's X laboratory, where the machine capable of of recognizing felines was created.
Algorithm updates like Google Panda are more understandable when you grasp the basics of machine learning. Here’s a simplified breakdown of how search engines are able to use machine learning for pattern detection and assigning quality ratings.
Researchers at Georgia Tech have developed a machine-learning technique that gathers and stores word associations to enhance the search process. The technique ... read more
Google has announced a new agreement to acquire Teracent, a San Mateo display advertising optimization startup. Teracent uses technology that chooses from ... read more
Click Forensics today unveiled a newly-architected version of its traffic quality management platform. Here’s what to expect: Click Forensics Site Score – ... read more