from Google labs seems to be determined for marking a turning point in the evolution of searching style and technique to create structured data from the abundant online information and it is hopefully going to help the end user. It is also an attack and the answer to other evolving searches available on the internet.
As per Google, while gathering facts from across the Internet is relatively easy (albeit tedious) for humans to do, it’s far more difficult for computers to do automatically. Google Squared is a first step towards solving that challenge. It essentially searches the web to find the types of facts you might be interested in, extracts them and presents them in a meaningful way.
Google Squared is an experimental tool in which Google has beautifully organised all the clutter the search engine has compiled for you. It takes any category and attempts to create a matrix of information, automatically fetching and organizing facts from across the web. The tabular form is so useful to go through and for comparative analysis.
You can also start from a blank square and add rows and columns also you can modify your square by removing rows and columns you don’t like, or by adding new rows and columns and having Google Squared attempt to fetch the relevant facts. Verify and correct the facts in your square by exploring the original sources and investigating other possible values. If you’re happy with your square you can save it and come back to it later. Using Google Squared you can definitely research fast and easy.If you wish to save your square on which you’ve been working on, for this you have to be simply signed into your Google account.
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