Google’s Machine-Learning System RankBrain Has Been Let Loose In Google Search

Google has unleashed its machine learning system RankBrain inside Google Search to process the entire database of 2 trillion queries sent each year by users worldwide through its search engine. This will help users come across articles that may not contain the exact keywords used in the search query.According to Search Engine Land, RankBrain will make Google searches more intuitive for users. The machine-learning system will interpret the search terms using its artificial intelligence algorithms.With RankBrain on its side, Google search will be able to ‘guess’ what the user is looking for, even if it is an ambiguous search query. It will make assumptions about the query, based on extensive data processing, to provide refined search results.RankBrain was first introduced restrictively in 2015, studying 15% of worldwide search queries.In tandem…


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