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25 April 2017 | Jonathan Lyon How to Conquer Google by Hacking User Intent Google is constantly getting smarter. Its overall aim is to accurately understand user intent, providing the desired results on page 1, if not in the top 3 search results. Google wants to provide web pages that are valuable and relevant to the user.
…://cloud.google.com/products/machine-learning/ On top of the cloud infrastructure, Google also released TensorFlow. Simply said, TensorFlow is an open source library of Machine Learning codes. Using TensorFlow you can build and train neural networks (a computer system modelled on the human brain and nervous system) to detect and decipher patterns…
… Context, intent, and natural language or all inhibitors of the simple keyword-based queries. Language isn’t easy to comprehend, so if you can begin to store patterns of speech and include contextual markers to search predictions, you can increase the accuracy of results. Google is utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) to do just that What…
… ranking signal,” but if it impacts rank (and I believe it does), then it matters. Further, even if it doesn’t impact rank, you should still care! But don’t take my word for it that Google has the technology. Check out these slides from Google engineer Paul Haahr, who spoke at SMX: Also, AJ Kohn put together a good post about Google click…