Google's new book search deals in ideas, not keywords

https://www.axios.com/googles-new-book-search-1523660313-183fb57a-7d2e-470e-92b2-b6c833d89663.html

        A new Google project called called "Talk to Books" provides
        answers to questions by drawing on a library of more than
        100,000 books.  Tech pioneer Ray Kurzweil debuted the project
        at the TED conference in Vancouver, and explained that it
        differs from traditional search by relying on semantics rather
        than keywords.

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