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New Google search tool: Looking into the future

Tuesday, April 01, 2008

A new Google program powered by artificial intelligence allows internet users to search web pages 24 hours before they're created, the company said today.

The gDay technology – developed in the company's Sydney engineering centre – uses machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques from a system called MATE, or Machine Automated Temporal Extrapolation.



The feature then creates a sophisticated model of what the internet will look like 24 hours from a given point by using the company's index of historic, cached web content and a combination of recurrence plots and "fuzzy measure" analysis.

By accessing web pages before they're actually created, users can view information from the future – including news events, share price movements and sporting results.

To rank these future pages in order of relevance, gDay™ uses a statistical extrapolation of a page’s future PageRank, called SageRank. "

If you wanna see tomorrow's football scores or lotto numbers... this is the greatest google product ever! Click here!

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