Google to include data from users personal email as part of web search results.
Google search is trying out a new feature which will integrate the information from user’s mail box, such as Google email – Gmail to get appeared as a part of search result on the web.
On Aug 9 2012 Google started up with limited trial where you can sign up to get information from your inbox, while searching a thing over the search engine.
This is supported for users doing search in English language on Google, enhancement to its search service, called Knowledge Graph, will now be extended to users in every English-speaking country after its launch in the US in May 2012.
With the Knowledge Graph, users will see a panel on the right-hand side of the Google search results page, which provides a summary of key facts about users’ search with the most useful and interesting information related to the particular topic.
According to Google, the Knowledge Graph feature is based on data from 500 million real-world people, places and things with 3.5 billion facts about and connections among them.
Google offering voice search service for Apple’s iPhone and iPad following the availability of the function on devices running Google’s Android operating system. This will be more on the likes of Siri an Artifical intelligence system built to make user experience more interactive with devices.
Not sure how this would help human mind in evolving, but for sure it will help gadgets and machine to be evolved to the next level.