A news is grabbing the headlines now and it is getting viral online also. The news is that if you search a term “bar girl in India” google shows up the Wikipedia page for Congress’ Sonia Gandhi as the first result. It is on both Google.com and Google.co.in pages.
Many Quora entries asking whether the Congress leader used to be a bar dancer. A gossip or political speech has grabbed hold among the majority, and their googling has recommended a trend that the web search tool has gotten on.
Prior this month, Google CEO Sundar Pichai was questioned by a senate hearing board of trustees in the US, regarding why Trump’s photograph shows up when you google “Idiot”. At that point, only a couple of days back, Pakistan’s Punjab Assembly passed a resolution to summon Google CEO Pichai too, to demand an explanation for why “bhikari” search give Prime Minister Imran Khan’s photographs.
Pichai had mentioned in the US senate hearing, the organization doesn’t
“manually intervene” in search results, they’re simply based in what Google’s web crawlers find on the web. “We provide search today for any time you type in a keyword,” he said at the time
He further continued, “We, as Google, have gone out and crawled and stored copies of billions of their pages in our index, and we take the keyword and match it against the pages and rank them based on over 200 signals. Things like relevance, freshness, popularity, how other people are using it. And based on that, you know, at any given time, we try to find the best results for that query.”