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Google's 8 billion-plus Web document index may not multiply, but its search engine will learn to better divide the data.
Those projects focus on adding new clustering capabilities for search results, providing suggestions for related searches, personalizing listings, and mining factual answers to answer queries
He couldn't foresee Google's database adding many more Web documents without cataloging bogus or useless pages.
So in some ways confirming the sandbox and possibly some form of a waiting queue for new pages when old pages are deleted
In some ways this is a good idea but surely some of the most usefull data on the net is based around what is happening now
A good example was the Elections in November where much of the information searchers were looking for could not be found
It will be a thin line G will need to choose to meet both requirements of a SE