Search engine battle: Is Yandex’s neural net algorithm better than Google?
Tech NewsTech UpdatesAlgorithmsposted by Victoria Zavyalova September 21, 2017 Victoria Zavyalova
Yandex said it’s new algorithm, “Korolev,” is better at understanding user intent because it examines the entirety of web pages. Named after the Soviet rocket scientist, Sergei Korolev, it is not the first neural search algorithm developed by Yandex. In 2016, the company introduced “Palekh,” but it could analyze only page headlines. So, we decided to compare the results users get with Google and those with Yandex’s new algorithm.
“White supremacy nazi”
Charlottesville. Google, however, goes deeper, offering analytical features on the state of white supremacy in the U.S.
“This guy who made the iPhone”
built his own from parts bought in China. They mention Steve Jobs too, but not on the first place.
“No visas for Russians”
recent newsabout plans by the U.S. Embassy in Moscow to temporarily stop issuing non-immigrant visas as part of the latest diplomatic row between the two counties.
“Strong macho president”