What if you could discuss your search query with the search engine? well, now you can. Our new feature suggest search ideas based on the user’s query. These search ideas are extracted from our world’s laws database itself.
Here’s how it works:
1. We take the text of every law in the world and extract the most frequently mentioned word pairs, on a per-law basis. This way we create a new database of word pairs.
2. When someone does a search we check the database of word pairs and take the word pairs that occur most frequently in association with the word or word pair that the user is searching for. So a search for “coffee” will return keyword suggestions for words that appear in laws that mention “coffee” most commonly.
3. We then filter the words and take the best matches and display those to the user. These are the search ideas.
You can click on the search ideas in yellow at the top and it will be updated according to your recent search. For example, lets say you started with Coffee –> then you choose ‘Coffee Agreement’
And then choose ‘system certificates’. This is endless.
This new feature actually enable you to interact with the search engine and follow the trail that is based on the database of word pairs we created from our gigantic database of the world’s laws.