Marissa Mayer of Google Speaks about the Future of Search

Sep 12, 2008 - 8:43 am 0 by
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On the Official Google Blog, Marissa Mayer has spoken about her role at Google and the future of search. She explains that search will be becoming more mobile, that voice and natural language search will probably be more emphasized, and that other advances will be made as well. Additionally, Mayer talks about the impact of universal search and personalization. Finally, Google will likely emphasize language using machine translation.

Mayer concludes her insightful blog post letting us know that search will be forever improved and that it is "a science that will develop and advance over hundreds of years."

Forum discussion continues at WebmasterWorld.

 

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