Most search engines in use today are based on keywords, in which the search engine attempts to find the best match for a word or set of words used as input. But new search approaches based on deep learning have emerged recently and they have the potential to change the search game. This interesting information came to us from datanami in their article, “Are Neural Nets the Next Big Thing in Search?“
It provides more relevant results because, instead of an exact keyword match, it’s actually searching by the meaning of that query, and comparing it against the meaning of known documents.
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