‘Let me Google that for you': Google wants to read our minds
Technology is making us smart, and becoming smart at the same time. At its annual worldwide developers’ conference in San Francisco this week, Google revealed new features — such as making search query results even more complete by including answers to the most common follow-up search queries from the first search. Certainly sounds like Google is trying to read our minds with all that data it has amassed from its huge user base across its many sites and services. How good will it be? We’ll just have to find out when they roll it out.