Google Scribe. Can you uncover secrets?
September 8, 2010 – Graeme Sutherland – Print
I've just had a play with Google Scribe, which is, according to themselves:
Google Scribe provides text completion service. Using information from what you have already typed in a document, Google Scribe provides related word or phrase completion suggestions. In addition to saving keystrokes, Google Scribe's suggestions indicate correct or popular phrases to use.
Okay, so I was having a play. So, I made it rank the suggestions by Google Scribe's rank (by hitting the little G) below the suggestions and I started with the word 'I' and just accepted all the top ranked words it gave me.
And here's what I made:
I have another question for you is to become an editor of the newspaper and then at the end of their lifespan and regenerative capacity of these cells to their cognate receptors on the cell surface and then they will become more apparent from the following detailed description of the invention.
So, interesting and fun, but don't you think the 'regenerative capacity of cells to their cognate receptors' is starting to sound like a piece of somebody's scientific paper? I wonder. Creepy.
Can I use this thing to discover obscure secrets?