why can search engines read ur brain sometimes?
ok so sometimes ill like think of something and want to search it and like the first result after i type 2 characters will be what im thinking
- Anonymous9 months agoFavourite answer
Because they save all your old searches, they can build up a pattern of what you're likely to search for in the future. It can be convenient, but it raises all kinds of privacy concerns. Unfortunately, most of us, myself included, have just learned to accept it.
- ZirpLv 79 months ago
Because you are using Google instead of duckduckgo
- THE BANNIBAL ONELv 79 months ago
It is the computer parts.
You can shut off the page searches.
It won't do it anymore.
- 9 months ago
its called AI technology and i don't like it.
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- Anonymous9 months ago
I know. Its a cool, but creepy feature.
Search engines "learn" what you are most likely to search for, but saving billions of searches in their databases. Then, they KNOW. Just by the first letters of word or two of inquiry what you are likely asking.