Google is going to improve the search service. That is why they will bring some changes. The focus will be on artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning techniques to provide users with improved search results.
According to technology media outlet The Verge, Google's 'Search On' event has revealed its plans to improve Google search. The main part of that plan is a new tool for spell checking.
Google says that after applying the new spell checking tool, even if someone searches by typing the wrong spelling, the chances of getting the correct result will be much higher than it is now. Many users occasionally misspell something while searching for something. But after launching a new tool of Google spell checking, the user will get the correct result even if he misspells.
Prabhakar Raghavan, head of Google's search department, said, "Google has never seen 15 percent of the queries in Google searches every day. As a result, we have to constantly work on search results. '
Kathy Edwards, Google's vice president of engineering, said: "One out of every 10 people on Google searches for misspellings. Google has long used the 'Did You Mean' feature to help those who search by misspellings. "
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Kathy Edwards added, "There will be a major update to the 'Did You Mean' feature later this month. That update will have a new spelling algorithm. Once the update is in place, misspellings will increase the chances of getting the right results. "