Date:18.10.2017, 20:24 When a user asks a question in Google Search, we might show a search result in a special featured snippet block at the top of the search results page. This featured snippet block includes a summary of the answer, extracted from a webpage, plus a link to the page, the page title and URL. What's different with a featured snippet is that it is enhanced to draw user attention on the results page. When we recognize that a query asks a question, we programmatically detect pages that answer the user's question, and display a top result as a featured snippet in the search results. No, this is a normal search result, emphasized with special layout. Was this article helpful? How can we improve it? This will remove all snippets on your page, including those in regular search results. How can I mark my page as a featured snippet? You can't. Google programmatically determines that a page contains a likely answer to the user's question, and displays the result as a featured snippet.
Zhilin Yang Carnegie Mellon University, William Cohen CMU, Ruslan Salakhudinov U. of Toronto. Paper Abstract We present a semi-supervised learning framework based on graph embeddings. Given a graph between instances, we train an embedding for each instance to jointly predict the class label and the neighborhood context in the graph.