Google declared that it will stop responding to pointless queries in an effort to enhance the “featured snippets” offering of its search engine.
Google’s head of searching Pandu Nayak wrote in a blog post that the results’ current presentation isn’t “the most useful.”
Google would joyfully respond with “1865” if a user inquired, for instance, “when did Mickey murder Abraham Lincoln?” The assassin may not be accurate, but the date is users may now anticipate fewer responses to these inquiries, nevertheless.
According to Nayak, “We have taught our computers to get better at recognising these kinds of misleading premises.”
With this version, we’ve decreased the triggering of highlighted snippets in certain situations by 40%.
Google’s voice assistants and smart speakers use Snippets as their default answer to inquiries. For users, it makes things simpler.
Snippets, a technique utilising artificial intelligence, generates these replies from the websites. According to The Guardian, the internet behemoth ran into difficulty in 2017 over a highlighted piece about Obama.