5 April 2008

Search the future

We all know how much we have come to rely upon a Google search here, a Google search there, a Google search everywhere ... and those geniuses at Google have simply done it again. Their boffins in the Australian labs (g'day fellas) have come up with some amazing new search algorithms that will allow you to search for new web content even before it appears on the web. Released this week (01 April 2008), one wonders how other search engines will be able to better this new feature.

gDay was developed in Google's Sydney engineering centre and can accurately predict future events and internet content. It does this by using machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques from a system called MATE™ (Machine Automated Temporal Extrapolation).

Check it out for yourself - imagine the possibilities for sports results, betting, gameshows, etc.

Google Press

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