The number of views YouTube videos get in a single day is up to the billions now, with hundreds of hours of new content uploaded every minute, versus the month it would take twelve years ago when YouTube launched. Searching through that deluge of video can be harder than searching the entire web, so here’s a helpful…
What noise does a zebra make, again? There’s no need to guess, because now you can search for “animal noises” and you’ll be presented with a panel that lets you hear roars, oinks, quacks and more. Silly, yes—but also oddly compelling, especially if you have children.
When you search for "work related" videos on the internet, the results are normally limited to the title or tag given to any uploaded clip. What if computers could recognize specific human interactions? Would they get embarrassed?