There has been a recent trend on the word “I’m feeling curious” in google search. It has been noted by many web users that when this keyword is being
There has been a recent trend on the word “I’m feeling curious” in google search. It has been noted by many web users that when this keyword is being inserted in the Google search box, the Google AI fetch out some silly jokes that can put a smile on the web user face. This keyword has been tried out by thousands of people in the early time when google implemented these features in their search engine system. This feature helps to pull out jokes and memes that a researcher might like when they input the keyword.
But wait, let check out what curious really means and why to google implemented it.
What the term “ I’m feeling curious means to google and web users
From the great oxford dictionary, curious is simply defined as a state of being eager to know something you’ve been willing to have knowledge of.
From my own perspective, I simply define curiosity as an act of anxiety toward obtaining knowledge or understanding of what one is ignorant about.
Looking at these two definition carefully, it simply pointing to one meaning. And also, these definitions are dictated from the web user perspective.
Now let look at it from Google perspective.
In this case, I will best define this term curious in Google angle as a state when a web user is hungry for obtaining unusual Information from search engines. It also means a situation when web surfers want to feed in entirely different knowledge from the web than from the ones he/she has been getting used to.
This is how Google AI define the term “I’m feeling curious”
The reason why Google implemented I’m feeling curious response features in their search engine
For google to fully decide there will be an automated response for this phrase, then there must be something behind it.
In a little while, we will be looking at the reasons why google activated automated joke fetcher for this phrase whenever is being in inserted in the search box.
1. Google want to satisfy all search engine users at all cost
2. For making the search more productive for necessary answers
3. To meet the need of web users who are in the curiosity state
4. To get most users positively engage on the internet
5. Making sure Google search engine is a web home for happiness and research satisfaction
6. For reducing unnecessary bounce rate
How to access this Google automated joke and facts fetcher on your device and PC
Here, I will be highlighting how you can access this I’m feeling curious feature on your mobile phone even if you are not accessible to a computer. This is because Google won’t enable this feature for you are not browsing from a computer browser.
So, what we are going to do now is to enable desktop mode on your mobile browser.
Step1: Simply open your mobile browser
Step2: locate your browser setting option
Step3: Select/enable the feature that says “Request desktop site”.
Step4: Reload the site and access the I’m feeling curious google features.
Proves of how this google Fun fact feature works
Here, some images will be displayed below showing the result we got from Google when we will try out this search phrase.
1. How far away can you see a candle in the dark?
2. Who was Amadeus?
3.Why does water bubble when it boils?
4.What is the new imperialism?
As seen above, those are the result we got when we insert the I’m feeling curious keyword in that google search box. Also, not only this fun, fact and joke features that Google have enabled in their platform. Other like, I’m feeling lucky, Fun fact, e.t.c