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Big news -> We knew this was coming. The "Speed Update" arrives in July 2018: Google announces that it will use page speed in mobile search ranking. But... "Will only affect pages that deliver the slowest experience to users & will only affect a small percentage of queries"

And more -> "The intent of the search query is still a very strong signal, so a slow page may still rank highly if it has great, relevant content." So it seems like page speed will continue to be a lightweight ranking factor.
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DeepMind Focusing on Near-Term Social Impact of AI

The DeepMind Ethics & Society (DMES) will initially focus on 6 areas, which include:
* Privacy transparency and fairness;
* Economic impacts;
* Governance and accountability;
* Managing AI risk;
* AI morality and values;
* How AI can address the world’s challenges

“The topics that we’re concerned with are how do you scrutinize an algorithm; how do you hold an algorithm accountable when it’s making very important decisions that actually affect the experiences and life outcomes of people.”

The new DeepMind unit is separate from the secretive internal ethics and safety board, which was set up when Google acquired DeepMind and is primarily concerned with the longer-term questions of Artificial General Intelligence. DMES is being designed to be more open and collaborative from the get-go. The article explores a bit the relationship between this new in-house unit and the industry group, the Partnership on AI, which includes Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook, IBM and Apple.

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Yes, it is possible: filter Search Console for multiple keyword and url values at once
Some experts in Google product forums mean - no. But - yes!
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RIP Rich Cards, 17 May 2016-5 July 2017

In a recent change, pictured below, to the Google Developers page "Mark Up Your Content Items" (http://bit.ly/2tVYTsO) Google has abandoned the label "rich cards" that they introduced in May 2017 (http://bit.ly/1XkviiV).

Instead, they are now referring to the family of results to which "rich cards" were originally said to belong - "rich results".

And on the subject of rich results, the "Introduction to Structured Data" (http://bit.ly/1TYXIjA) page has also been modified to include this newly-added paragraph:

Using structured data enables a feature to be present, but does not guarantee that it will be present. The Google algorithm tailors search results to create what it thinks is the best search experience for a user, depending on many variables, including search history, location, and device type. In some cases it may determine that one feature is more appropriate than another, or even that a plain blue link is best.
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Interesting question in a post-Penguin 4.0 World -> Is Ignoring Link Spam Working For Google? via +AJ Kohn
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What Happened to the Semantic Web?

I believe the answer is: We happened :) [to paraphrase +John Kellden ]


But that is my poetic view, intuition and hope.

A more in-depth analysis is in the shared article.

+Kingsley Idehen explains it super clearly:

_As you can see, there is no question that the Web already has a population of HTML documents that include semantically-enriched islands of structured data. This new generation of documents creates a new Web dimension in which links are no longer seen solely as document addresses, but can function as unambiguous names for anything, while also enabling the construction of controlled natural language sentences for encoding and decoding information [data in context] -- comprehensible by both humans and machines (bots). _

Also there was a talk by Peter Mika I was looking to see the slides of for some time. It is called What Happened to the Semantic Web? +Jarno van Driel shared the slides from it:
https://goo.gl/CxjM2i
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So helpful.. +DeepCrawl adds multiple & great answers from +John Mueller
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I've been testing these reports -> Getting ready for Google's mobile-first index with +DeepCrawl's new reports #seo
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Helicopter pilot Lars Amdal landed an air ambulance on a road railing in Norway and briefly parked it to let the passenger disembark.
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