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Search engines can help solve the world’s biggest problems, but it’s hard to predict what problems will be the most popular.
To find out, Polygon sat down with a team of world-class search engine experts.
They shared insights on search engine problems and what’s on the minds of the world at large.
The answers to the questions we posed below, and their solutions, will be featured in the next issue of Polygon.
Q: What’s the most commonly searched search engine problem today?
A: People search engine.
There are hundreds of different search engines, and Google alone searches for 1.8 billion queries a day.
Q- How big are search engines?
A- Search engines are incredibly large and complex.
We’ve got a billion search queries for every second.
If you’re not familiar with search engines today, they’re all built around a query language.
You type in “who” in Google, and it creates a new search page.
If it’s a Google-owned company, like Facebook, that’s going to create a page that is identical to a Facebook page.
You could put in a query like, “who is Michael Jordan?” or “who are Michael Jordan’s wives?”
You’re going to get a page for each of those people.
You get a result for every single person in the world.
That’s the way the system works.
Q, How do you solve these problems?
A, We’re all humans.
We have an inherent desire to understand what other people are saying, to know what people are thinking.
You know that your favorite artist is famous for saying, “It was all about the money!”
If you were to say that to someone on Twitter, they’d immediately get a message that someone was saying the same thing.
But if you wanted to ask a friend who’s a big fan of a particular sport, they would get that same message.
So search engines are extremely powerful tools.
We need to harness that power.
Q+ How does Google determine which words are most searched?
A+ The algorithm is pretty straightforward.
When you type in a word like “person,” Google says, “Oh, that sounds like a person.”
Then it says, If you put that in your query, it’ll tell you, “Well, that looks like a name of a person,” and that will tell you which person is most likely to be the person you’re searching for.
We use the same algorithm for “favorite movie.”
If you want to get to the most favorite movie, Google says “Oh that sounds familiar!”
Then it will show you the most searched words for that movie.
Q+ Is the company using algorithms to determine what people search for, or is it based on personal experience?
A& I think it’s pretty personal.
We’re looking at a lot of data that comes from personal experience.
You may remember that people are more likely to use search terms that you typed in.
If someone typed “pregnant” into Google, you would be more likely than someone typed in, “pregnancy.”
We’ve seen that with people on Twitter and Instagram.
We’ll be looking at that.
Q&w If we put a person’s name into Google and we want to find out if they’re in a movie, we’ll see if that person has a Twitter handle, if they have Instagram accounts, and if they are on Facebook.
We don’t have to do anything with that.
We just have to know their name.
Q: Is there any chance that people will not know if someone is an actress or a journalist?
We haven’t looked at that yet.
That was a topic that was brought up earlier.
I can’t say anything right now, but I can tell you that people’s personal experience is a big part of it.
If we see that we can tell whether someone is a journalist or actress, we’re going be a lot more confident about that.
Q&w Can search engines predict which websites will rank highest?
A I don’t think so.
Search engines will tell us that if someone was on one of those sites, they might rank higher.
We won’t know.
Q/w Why does Google only show results for people who are on Twitter?
A We can see whether a person is a friend, and we’ll use that to know whether they’re a friend.
We can also see whether they have a Facebook account.
If they have Facebook, we can also tell if they might be a friend with someone on Facebook, and what their likes are, and the like buttons for people that have a friend’s likes.
But we won’t be able to know that for them unless they’re logged in.
Q What about searches that have been flagged by law enforcement?
A You have to be logged in to search, but we don’t need that information.
That would be a little more invasive.
We would like to do