Here we go again. Google is in hot water because of what I call its "One True Answer" feature, where it specifically highlights one search listing above all others as Phone Number List if it were the best answer. This is a problem because sometimes these answers are terribly wrong. When Google gets the facts wrong Late last month, Google was spotted listing several US presidents as members of the Ku Klux Klan, even though there is no conclusive evidence of any of this: What happens there is called a "featured snippet", where Google has taken one of the 10 web listings it Phone Number List normally displays and put it in a special box, to highlight it as apparently the best of all results, the list that can fully answer your question.
I started calling Google's "One True Answer" feature because that's indeed what it is to me. Google expresses so much confidence in this answer that it places it Phone Number List above all others. Google's trust in snippets runs particularly deep when they emerge through its Google Home voice assistant: One more. As far as I know, no US president was in the KKK, but Google lists five. pic.twitter.com/TQJ0Zov2eT — Danny Sullivan March 5, 2017 Yesterday President Donald Trump accused former President Barack Obama of bugging him, causing paranoia in some quarters that Phone Number List Obama was plotting a coup. In fact, it's one of the main things Google suggests right now if you type in
“Does Obama…”. in the Google search box, indicating that it is a search with a certain degree of popularity: Curious about the outcome, I tried it yesterday and Phone Number List found that Google's One True Answer told me that indeed Obama was plotting a coup, even though he seems to be late to get there: Of course, if you scroll a little further down, you'll see an ABC News story debunking the rumor. That doesn't take away from the fact that with all of Google's search algorithms Phone Number List and machine learning, it decided that some ridiculous conspiracies should be improved. It's even worse when you listen to it on Google Home: