Google Uses ‘RankBrain’ Artificial Intelligence for Search Queries

Of the billion searches Google handles every day, most are repetitive, and chances are, that many users have made similar queries before you. But there are still millions of questions that the search giant is asked every day that it has never been asked before. What does Google do to serve those queries? The answer is RankBrain. The company uses an artificial intelligence system called RankBrain to handle ambiguous, new queries. Google has been utilising RankBrain for a few months now, and says that the new technology was behind a “very large fraction” of searches made in the same period – about 15 percent of daily searches that haven’t been seen by Google before. When somebody is looking up information that Google hasn’t been asked before, the artificial intelligence system…

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