Automatic spell correction for images on Google Image Search

Google unveiled ‘automatic spell correction for images’ on image search results. Now, if you type [roman architecture], Google will correctly show results for roman architecture, instead for roman architechure. “In cases where we're highly confident you had intended to type something else, we'll replace results from the typo query with those from the spell-corrected version […]

Google unveiled ‘automatic spell correction for images’ on image search results. Now, if you type [roman architecture], Google will correctly show results for roman architecture, instead for roman architechure. “In cases where we're highly confident you had intended to type something else, we'll replace results from the typo query with those from the spell-corrected version — just like when you misspell a query in Google search. Ultimately, this change will reduce the time it takes to get you the result you're looking for (and that's a good thing),” stated Google.

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