Bing Adds Intelligent Answers, Reddit & More Conversational Features To Search

Dec 15, 2017 - 7:40 am 2 by
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Bing announced they added some new search features to their search engine including intelligent answers, reddit results and more conversational search support.

Intelligent results seem a lot like Google's featured snippets but Bing says they are different because they use "deep neural networks to validate answers by aggregating across multiple reputable sources." Although, I am not sure if that is different from what Google does, to be honest.

Here are the different ways Bing shows those answers, in short hand, longer deeper answers or answers that have different information or perspectives, comparisons and more:

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Reddit is now also surfaced on Bing search results with a partnership agreement with the company. Here is what it looks like:

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Bing also said they got better at conversational search and smarter with image search.

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