__/ [ Gordowey ] on Thursday 20 April 2006 20:55 \__
> Hi all, I would like to ask you something..has anyone notice if google
> uses some techniques of "artificial intelligence" and "learning
> algorithms" when presenting the result data of a search
> I mean, Imagine you have been looking for a while using terms related
> with tourism, like holydays, hotel, ...etc.
> Hours later, when you look for something totally different, for example
> "comodoro", google returns pages with the term "comodoro" but related
> to tourism
> But, If you look for the same term "Comodoro", after some searches
> related with software, programs, technology...etc,etc, you will get
> pages with the term "Comodoro" but related to software..
> Has anyone notice that?...or it is only something in my imagination...
> thanks, regards
> (*) The example with the term "comodoro" is only an example...
They are using cookies. They actually patented this a while ago, despite the
simplicity and generality of this approach (like Amazon and their ludicrous
book history-based recommendation patent).
Hope it helps,
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