The most popular search engine will now give accurate results instead of the popular ones
Recently, you all might have noticed Google Search yielding factual results on queries like Children's Day or Obama's nationality. All of these goes to their latest innovation in verified search and page ranking.
It is already known that Google uses something called Knowledge Graph to relate information to the facts and take them as a reference to verify their authenticity. Almost half of the world resorts to this search engine to find information daily and perhaps around 90% of them finds it their first preference. We have often come across this feature such as giving us the date of a scheduled cricket match for making a query like when is country1-country2 match. It not just tries to match these terms but actually calls out the information and the action terms and makes an intelligent search based on it.
As it is widely accepted that that the more popular a website is, the chances of coming to the initial pages is more. Google computer scientists are trying hard to change that notion by making those sites popular and show up on the initial pages, which have more factual information than others. Therefore, it must help us get to the right and relevant information and minimize spam and fake websites appearing on the top by faking Googles search and page ranking algorithm.
The Knowledge Graph connects data to information based on a reference that is known to be correct. Once this is done, it is more than easy to validate any webpage by matching their content to the known reference. This might sound very easy but, obviously, is not that straightforward. Thus, it is only to be seen how actually this thing works and how their new page ranking system finds success among the versatility of the world wide web.