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Google takes additional steps to limit fake and inaccurate search results

Google takes additional steps to limit fake and inaccurate search results

Google takes additional steps to limit fake and inaccurate search results

Google recently on April 25, 2017, have announced a new set of changes to its search engine that aimed to reduce the number of fake news results that show up on its website.

Google announces algorithmic changes and new reporting mechanisms to prioritize high-quality results

Google faced criticism in recent months for delivering search results that were wildly inaccurate or offensive, that’s why Google recently updated its Search Quality Rater Guidelines to limit the spread of offensive or inaccurate search results, which human evaluators use to gauge the quality of search results. The updated guidelines provide clearer examples of low-quality results, including “misleading information, unexpected offensive results, hoaxes and unsupported conspiracy theories,” Google has also tweaked its algorithms to prioritize authoritative results.

Google faced criticism in recent months for delivering search results that were wildly inaccurate or offensive, that’s why Google recently updated its Search Quality Rater Guidelines to limit the spread of offensive or inaccurate search results, which human evaluators use to gauge the quality of search results. The updated guidelines provide clearer examples of low-quality results, including “misleading information, unexpected offensive results, hoaxes and unsupported conspiracy theories,” Google has also tweaked its algorithms to prioritize authoritative results.

As of Google, they are seeking to be more transparent about its search practices, as well, and how its algorithms can deliver outlandish results. Google’s policy on content removal and autocomplete suggestions is now available on its help center page, and more detailed information on search ranking has been added to its “how search works” site.

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