RankBrain is the new AI system Google uses to answer ambiguous questions

The algorithms that power Google queries are incredibly complex and fluid, changing as the company sees fit in order to improve the speed and accuracy of returned results. The Mountain View-based company relies on hundreds of “signals” to help determine what results to surface – and in what order. Remaining at the forefront of search is crucial to Google’s core and in order to do so, tweaking and developing new technologies to power search is mandatory. Greg Corrado, one of Google’s senior research scientists, recently revealed to Bloomberg that for the past few months, a very large fraction of Google searches have been handled by an artificial intelligence system called RankBrain. Corrado noted that 15 percent of the searches that Google fields each day are ones that it has never…


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