Bing Adds More Intelligent Search Features

Mar 28, 2018 • 8:41 am | comments (3) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Bing Search
 

Bing announced this week, as I covered at Search Engine Land, that they launched new intelligent search features. Here is a quick run down on those features:

Bing will now aggregated facts across multiple sources for a given topic:

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A new mouse hover-over definitions feature for uncommon words:

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Bing will give you multiple answers for how-to questions, which should be interesting. I asked Bing for a screen shot but they were unable to give me this.

They upgraded their image search object detection zoom feature to add in top fashion categories:

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Bing also explained how they use Intel hardware to power their AI features. They said "we built it on a deep learning acceleration platform, called Project Brainwave, which runs deep neural networks on Intel® Arria® and Stratix® Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) on the order of milliseconds."

Forum discussion at Twitter.

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