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Google Now Has Semantic Abilities

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Google has tweaked its search engine using technology developed in Australia. With this Google has added semantic capabilities to its search, in which its engine now looks for the relationship between words in posting its results.

The changes are found at the bottom of each search page, where the Google service now offers result returns of words it thinks might be associated with the search criteria. The company also announced the changes that affect the “snippet” of information in search results. Specifically, the “snippet” has been lengthened for searches of more than three words

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