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To make best use of the images that we upload to the internet, it's helpful to understand how Google uses technology to interpret our images.
The future of Google is more visual, more proactive, and more interested in helping you find new stuff — kind of like TikTok.
There's a lot of talk about how GPT is going to take over search. Meaning, compete with or take down Google. I get the excitement there, but there are
The search engine has made up so much of our online experience for so long that it can be hard to imagine something better.
A Google Patent on Travel Planning discusses Travel Related Photographs and identying those pictures in a travel based search engine
To take on Google, You.com opens its search engine to third-party developers.
A cursory review of all the non-metasearch, indexing search engines I have been able to find.
The way to improve search is not to mimic Google, but instead to build boutique search engines that index, curate, and organize things in new ways.
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