Google Drive gets machine-learning search features

Google this week debuted new search and natural-language-processing (NLP) features in its Drive cloud storage service. The key NLP features, which Google has invested in for many years, will be familiar to Google Search users. The search bar in Drive now shows suggestions and retrieves files based on commonly used phrases.

NLP is a “fancy way of saying ‘search like you talk,'” wrote Google Product Manager Josh Smith, in a blog post. “Drive will understand what you mean and give you the option to click for those specific search results.”

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