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If you want a richer, deeper search experience that goes beyond a collection of blue links pointing to pages around the Web, you really should check out Bing Snapshot.
<a title="Understand Your World with Bing" href="http://video.msn.com/?vid=0b9ba0e8-e4d8-4731-9ba1-3ca4e7f36a26&mkt=en-us&src=SLPl:embed:syndication:uuids&from=shareembed-syndication" target="_new" data-mce-href="http://video.msn.com/?vid=0b9ba0e8-e4d8-4731-9ba1-3ca4e7f36a26&mkt=en-us&src=SLPl:embed:syndication:uuids&from=shareembed-syndication">Video: Understand Your World with Bing</a>
Over on The Bing Search Blog, Dr. Richard Qian from the Bing Index Team writes, “The underlying technology for Snapshot is designed to develop deep understanding of the world around us not only as a collection of entities (people, places and things) but also the relationships between those entities. Inside the Bing engineering team, we call this technology Satori, which means understanding in Japanese. Over time, Satori will continue growing to encompass billions of entities and relationships, providing searchers with a more useful model of the digital and physical world.”
Today, we are inviting people to check out Snapshot to experience our expansion of Satori.
Posted by Jeff Meisner Editor, The Official Microsoft Blog