“Real time search” services like search.twitter.com may be all the rage these days, but there’s one place you shouldn’t expect to see the technology deployed: Microsoft’s soon-to-be-relaunched search engine Kumo. The Kumo team is thinking in terms of small tweaks and not to expect anything like real-time search in the Kumo release. “It’s got to be an evolutionary step.” So what will be new with Kumo? Microsoft plans to “make results human-readable,” “reduce clickbacks,” and focus on people’s “key tasks” like travel or hyper-local results, Stefan Weitz told.
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