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Peter Cochrane: who wants to search through 313m links to find the really useful ones?
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Peter Cochrane: who wants to search through 313m links to find the really useful ones?

Peter Cochrane examines how to bring AI to bear on search engines - but do Google et al really want to make search more efficient?

At a modest estimate, I spend about 80 per cent of my time trying to find data and information, with another two-to-five per cent invested in validating, fact checking and analysing what I have found to...

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