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All Search Engines will die in 3-5 years, replaced with intuitive technology

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  1. cookiejar

    cookiejar Regular Member

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    Folks, don't get your boxers or panties in jumbles about these suspect google updates and their Bullshit tweaks, in about 3-5 years search engines will be history, technology will be birthing us into a new era, 'Answer Engines' (siri,iris, etc.) People will now have an intuitive voice that can answer questions instead of manually searching for information they can ask the A.I. for questions and get answers. I know some of you iPhone owners will say that SIRI sucks but if you understood the focus that has been placed on the future models of intuition on these virtual agents, you will definitely think other-wise. Instead of people having to type or "think" about the information they want to search for, they will press a button and ask a question, which then the VA will give them the best answer based of it's extensive library of researched data, and your habits.

    The Sword fighting for the "Top" spots will die a slow death, with 4th and fifth generation smartphones,tablets etc being created and just the sheer number of the population that has one and access to the internet, the whole landscape of the internet will change and how people use it to retrieve information. Some of you will disagree and believe that search is here to stay, sure it's here to stay, but there will be advanced and more efficient ways to retrieve information from the internet without using search engines, even if a search engine is the "engine" of your software, you will not be sifting through results manually, organized by some algorythm forced on you by the search engine.

    Google's search parade and ranking algo's will come to an end, you can bet on that.
     
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    download Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Meanwhile, in your signature... :D

     
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    jamesvick Senior Member

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    LOL. I couldn't find the image for OMG......O Nos :D
     
  4. NatashaP

    NatashaP Registered Member

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    I don't doubt your predictions or internet fiction, but 3 - 5 years is just too soon for all these to take place. 20 - 50 years is more reasonable. Google will still be king for some time to come whether you like it or YES!!
     
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    bwackhatter Newbie

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    hahaha ;)
     
  6. cookiejar

    cookiejar Regular Member

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    Wow, you know how to read signatures? What an astute observation, maybe your trying to get your post count up, who knows, or maybe your just here to do what your screen name says.
     
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    cookiejar Regular Member

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    20-50 years? Really? with the technology already in use already? Wow. Were not talking about Space stations, just improved technology that's already in use to replace an older one. Kind of like evolution. Hell we send astronauts into space and you think, technology we already have cannot replace the search engine or atleast how we use it? WOW
     
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    cookiejar Regular Member

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    Wow, you know how to read signatures? What an astute observation, maybe your trying to get your post count up, who knows, or maybe your just here to do what your screen name says. or maybe what I posted is too much for you to handle I should have made the title " [GET] How Google will die in 5 years " and left you a mediafire link.
     
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    dujow Junior Member Premium Member

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    is all I was able to think about after reading your post. Contradict yourself much?
     
  10. cookiejar

    cookiejar Regular Member

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    Maybe if you new how to take snippets better it wouldn't sound contradictory to you. You must work for NBC, they know how to alter information for their own agendas.
     
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    you do realize that there is more to Search engines then just 'how tos'? Plus, i won't replace video content, picture, etc.
     
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    well, it was/is an interesting concept though.
     
  13. LazySeoEr

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    Have you ever programmed?

    Do you know what's involved with Captcha recognition?

    If you do, then you'll realize captcha recogniition takes a database to train.

    Do you know what's involved in Nuance Dragon? - 3-6 hours of dictations before its pretty useless - that's database training as well.

    Did you know that google can't even get a search engine algo that works to get the best websites onto the first page? Them being one of the largest SERVER holders in the world?

    3-5 years? When google gets first page results BANG ON - then it's 3 to 5 years.

    The AI and the database necessary for this to be perfect is asking a computer to do what our 'eyes' have been programmed since birth to do, pattern recognition- by a database of X years.

    So what actual factual information do you have to back that statement up?



     
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    I think they once said this about flying cars too :jerry:

    In all seriousness though, I see where you are getting at but I just don't see it working in such a short time frame. Technology doesn't advance that fast to the point search engines will die. Manual searches will still end up being the easiest and most efficient way to gather relevant information on most subjects.

    Ya if I want to know what time it is in london - siri is great for that. When I want to research hundreds of pages on a certain subject, how is an AI suppose to give me what I want? As we know even google - the smartest search engine still gives shitty results (thanks to people like us ;) ) that has me sifting through SERPS trying to find the right thing. In the end, the user knows what they want a lot more then an AI ever could.

    Hypothetically even if it did happen, it will also be based from results FROM search engines (like most of siri's answers) i'm sure there wil be a way to game that too..

    So.. no.
     
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    Dude, Im not talking about some hocus pocus topics, I'm sure you've watched the game Show Jeopardy, LAST YEAR they had a robot contestant devoloped by IBM that was answering complex Jeopordy questions on the gameshow. You can research that yourself, and I'm sure you already seen APPLE sport SIRI, although it's not nearly as complete as it will be, but the concept will be the same. The A.I. will get more intuitive and have "learning modes" that will respond differently to different voices, and more importantly WORK.
     
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    I also do not think it will be in 3 to 5 years.

    20, maybe. who knows.

    but what I do know is that google will find a way to monetize it. We will only evolve, not die.
     
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    You do realize that those voice search apps and such do use the search engines right. namely, google maps or openstreetmap for map based searches, google or other search engines for general searches and wolfram alpha for technical and scientific searches.

    there is no way it can search engines could die that soon. Those so called voice activated A.I are nothing without search engines. they just translate speech to text and use that text to search through some engines we all use.
     
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    There's a lot of money to be made in the next 3-5 years...
     
  19. cookiejar

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    Google is not the only search engine, some of the new A.I. agents will be using Wolfram Alpha, which is an even more complex computing search engine if you may.
     
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    more like 50 years