Google Search is getting a new AI-powered spell checker

Google yesterday announced a range of AI-powered enhancements to its search engine, including a new algorithm that improves spelling corrections. The tool uses a deep neural net with 680 million parameters to better understand the context of misspelled words. It runs in 3 milliseconds — faster than one flap of a hummingbird’s wings, according to Google. The algorithm will be incorporated in Google’s “did you mean” feature by the end of the month. Cathy Edwards, VP of engineering at Google, said it will improve the feature “more in this one day than it has the last five years combined.” Google is also using… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google

Google Search is getting a new AI-powered spell checker

Google yesterday announced a range of AI-powered enhancements to its search engine, including a new algorithm that improves spelling corrections. The tool uses a deep neural net with 680 million parameters to better understand the context of misspelled words. It runs in 3 milliseconds — faster than one flap of a hummingbird’s wings, according to Google. The algorithm will be incorporated in Google’s “did you mean” feature by the end of the month. Cathy Edwards, VP of engineering at Google, said it will improve the feature “more in this one day than it has the last five years combined.” Google is also using…

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