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Our data indicate that they’re using how content is structured and semantic analysis to figure out what should appear as a featured snippet.
Christi Olson, Head of Evangelism at Microsoft, noted “semantic intent,” that it all “goes back to intent” she said.
In our interview with Microsoft’s Christi Olson and Fabrice Canal, on Live with Search Engine Land about What SEOs need to know about Bing Webmaster Guidelines, we spoke about how Bing ranks content and the importance of semantic and searcher intent.
Low semantic density is a telltale sign that a patient might be at risk of psychosis.Machines can spot mental health issues—if you hand over your personal data|Bobbie Johnson|August 13, 2020|MIT Technology Review
I noticed a little semantic difference back in April when parents were in the throes of “online learning.”The Learning Curve: The Dystopian Future of ‘Learning Pods’|Will Huntsberry|July 16, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Howard Kurtz on the semantic dodge that now lets them get away with it.The New Era of Evolution Helps Pols Switch Stance on Issues from Gay Marriage to Immigration|Howard Kurtz|April 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Except for one thing: you can't do an end-run around an enumerated right with some sort of semantic game.
But is that kind of semantic argument going to persuade large numbers of swing voters to turn on Obama?
The number of people the oath will directly affect is small, and it is in many ways a rather technical and semantic matter.
Gradation can and must also be observed in the study of the semantic aspect of a language.The Principles of Language-Study|Harold E. Palmer
I am not at all sure I could do this, if it were necessary, but fortunately, this is one of Larry's areas of semantic confusion.Exile from Space|Judith Merril
And I don't think the public's semantic reactions to the terminology of imperialism is as bad as you imagine.Lone Star Planet|Henry Beam Piper and John Joseph McGuire
Only at that moment did language gain a semantic and syntactic dimension (as we call them in today's terminology).
A semantic component is attached to everything people compute.