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The Images ranking algorithm has changed as well, which will now take the quality and relevance of pictures into consideration as well as the page the photo can be found on. Tap on one of these videos and you can watch it in its entirety.

The unveiling of the new features coincides with the twentieth birthday of Google's search engine.

Google has answered all our queries since it came into being in 1998 as a research project by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, both Ph.D. students at the Stanford University, US. The winning masterpiece will also be shared on Google's homepage on the Children's Day.

Instead of putting a webpage in a bookmark, or a folder of bookmarks, you assign a search card to a Collection of given topics.

Google Images and the Discover feed will begin to show some of these visual stories going forward, Google said. Google Search now anticipates and customizes much of your search experience automatically, and it also uses AI on the back end to do things like create relevant clips from videos.

The cards won't appear for every search; instead, Google "intelligently" shows it when it's useful. They're offering more visual content in Search and Google Images including stories including AI generated AMP stories featuring notable people-like celebrities and athletes. The multi-color star icon next to the name of each topic is called the "Discover icon" and ties in with the Discover button on the bottom navigation buttons.

Collections will help users organize previous searches by topic. It will also appear on the mobile web.

'Additional related content' will be shown in discover feed, relating to details about certain person, place or event. You can follow any topic that looks interesting.

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The same year, Google launched Gmail, providing internet users an inbox with 1GB of space, which was unheard of until then. You can find your search history in account settings and access it while searching. Google Images will get its new look on desktop computers starting this Thursday.

Google is overhauling its mobile search app in honor of the company's 20th anniversary. Tapping on the topic lets you explore that specific topic, providing more articles relevant to that topic, including videos and more visual content.

Google has, indeed, transformed from being a simple search engine to help users in exploring the web to a vital search engine so integrated into daily life that people use its name as a verb. If you search for information about jobs, you'll see some training programs, as well as available jobs in your area.

The company is constantly thinking about new ways to change its search engine.

Apparently, Google has run more than 200,000 experiments that made way for 2,400 plus changes to the search engine.

Google's corporate birthday falls on September 4 - the date the company was founded - but the company also counts September 27 as a landmark day as it marks the anniversary of the first Google Doodle - a temporary adjustment to the logo on the site's homepage which commemorates certain events and people.

Today's Google Doodle is based on the Alphabet-owned company itself.

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