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Google says that the Google app does this by understanding the meaning of what you are saying, breaking down a query to understand the semantics of each piece. The responses, Google says, to questions will now be focus more on the intent of the entire question.
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The company says that Google Search will now better understand superlatives, times and complicated questions.
“The Google app is starting to truly understand the meaning of what you’re asking. We can now break down a query to understand the semantics of each piece,” writes Satyajeet Salgar, Google Product Manager.
Superlatives like “tallest” and “largest” will be dealt with better now. This enables Google to now answer questions like “Who is the tallest player in the Springboks?” and “What is the largest city in Africa?”
The search can now understand complicated combinations as well. These include questions like “What are some of Seth Gabel’s father-in-law’s movies?”