When they detect new links on these pages, through tags such as HREF and SRC, they add them to the list of sites to index. Then, search engines use their algorithms to provide you with a ranked list of their index of the pages that should interest you most based on the search terms you used. In education, technology changes the rules of the game. With the world at their fingertips, students have become teachers.
However, while technology is changing the way we learn, it's not a miracle solution. Classrooms are constantly evolving and teachers use intelligent technology to encourage participation or personalize learning plans. However, not all learning happens in the classroom. When students are doing their homework or studying for exams, there isn't always someone nearby to ask for advice.
Brainly is constantly optimizing its search algorithms and machine learning models, but the progress has already been amazing. Over the years, algorithms have become increasingly complex as they try to present more relevant and accurate answers in response to queries from search engine users. The search engine does not store all the information on the page, but only the essential information that algorithms need to assess the relevance of the page for ranking purposes. However, the rise of Siri, Yahoo and Google has ushered in an era in which we don't turn to experts but to search engines for answers.
It's comforting to know that in this seemingly open world of search engines, algorithms and unregulated forums, Q&A platforms with reliable and expert collaborators continue to have a very important role to play.