Google is now smarter at understanding queries that include superlatives and times, as well as more complicated questions.

Google is saying their search engine is getting better at understanding our natural language searches by specifically better handling superlatives, times and more complicated questions.

Satyajeet Salgar, Google Product Manager, said Google is better at understanding your queries in three ways.

Superlatives

Google now understands superlatives, such as “tallest,” “largest” and so on, as well as ordered items. So you can ask the Google app the following questions:

•Who are the tallest Mavericks players?
•What are the largest cities in Texas?
•What are the largest cities in Iowa by area?

Time-Based Queries:

Google is better at understanding the time you mention in your query, for example:

•What was the population of Singapore in 1965?
•What songs did Taylor Swift record in 2014?
•What was the Royals roster in 2013?

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Google’s Natural Language Search Gets Smarter

Google’s Natural Language Search Gets Smarter

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