Encyclopedia Britannica, Bing partner to supplement answers feature
Microsoft's Bing engine has signed-up the Encyclopaedia Britannica to provide answer boxes for search results.Publishers of the 244-year-old fountain of knowledge recently announced it would not be printing new volumes of the Britannica in favour of a new freemium digital-only offering.This strategy will be enhanced as Bing users will now see boxes featuring snippets of information from Britannica Online, with the option of delving deeper into the subject at the source.Answers will appear only for queries where Britannica would pop-up in regular searches and the boxes will also feature links to other sources like Wikipedia and Quora.Trusted content"The answer provides a quick overview of the subject, a thumbnail image, and useful facts and figures making it easier than ever to get trusted content in search. We also pull in direct links to other trusted sources," said Bing's Principal Development Lead, Franco Salvetti in a blog post."We're very excited to collaborate with Encyclopedia Britannica as
Encyclopedia Britannica has partnered with Microsoft to supplement Bing’s answers feature. The collaboration was announced on Bing’s official blog and is billed as a reliable way ...
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