Google's "Something Different and find short answers" features

Google expands their Squared technology, “so that when you’re looking for simple fact in search, we give you more accurate answers right at top of your results. If you click on the new “show sources” link, a box will slide down with websites that corroborate your answer. The sources list includes relevant text from each […]

Google expands their Squared technology, “so that when you’re looking for simple fact in search, we give you more accurate answers right at top of your results. If you click on the new “show sources” link, a box will slide down with websites that corroborate your answer. The sources list includes relevant text from each page so you can quickly verify whether webpages seem reputable and whether our algorithms correctly interpreted context of the answer:


Google Squared tech also power “Something different” feature, sometimes when you search, you’ll see a new section at the bottom left-hand panel which contains related search terms. For e.g., search for [zebra] and you’ll see other related searches such as [giraffes], [elephants] and [hippos]. This can be useful to explore topics related to your search. In past, you may have seen similar search refinements at the bottom of Google search results pages under the heading “searches related to.” These queries are a great way to drill down further into a specific topic, such as [zebra facts] and [zebra pictures],” writes Google:

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