This "summary" is a very popular resource in most cases, and when it comes to simple, factual questions, these questions do not involve emotional words. For example, how far is the earth from the sun and so on. Information is fast, accessible and usually correct. The content of search result 80% of Google Home also comes from these "abstracts".
Britannica Insights does not replace the abstract of Google; it only provides its own results next to the content of Google.
The plug-in is free, and the content is provided by the human writers and editors of the company. The recommended articles and contexts are also provided below the search results, which is the improvement of the core knowledge of some Google abstracts.
Karthik Krishnan, the Global CEO of Britannica group, said in a press release: "for 250 years, Britannica has made clear the meaning of providing credible and verified information. Britannica Insights will make it easier for children, curious adults and professionals to find reliable results. How we find information is more important than ever. "
Recently, Google and its YouTube began to use Wikipedia as the source of online fact checking. In March of this year, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki announced that the platform will begin.videoAdd information from Wikipedia below to provide different perspectives for controversial topics.
The Britannica group hopes to use this new extension to "cut off the noise on the Internet and provide trusted and validated information on the top right corner of its search results page."