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April 20, 2006, 7:55 pm
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uses some techniques of "artificial intelligence" and "learning
algorithms" when presenting the result data of a search
I mean, Imagine you have been looking for a while using terms related
with tourism, like holydays, hotel, ...etc.
Hours later, when you look for something totally different, for example
"comodoro", google returns pages with the term "comodoro" but related
But, If you look for the same term "Comodoro", after some searches
related with software, programs, technology...etc,etc, you will get
pages with the term "Comodoro" but related to software..
Has anyone notice that?...or it is only something in my imagination...
(*) The example with the term "comodoro" is only an example...
Re: Does Google have something like 'artificial intelligece" and "artificial learning"?
They are using cookies. They actually patented this a while ago, despite the
simplicity and generality of this approach (like Amazon and their ludicrous
book history-based recommendation patent).
Hope it helps,
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