What allowed Google to rapidly take over the search market was not primarily its PageRank algorithm or clean interface, but these factors in combination with its early access to the data sets of AOL and Yahoo, which enabled it to train PageRank on the best available data on the planet and become substantially better at determining search relevance than any other product.
The Barbell Effect of Machine Learning
Nick Beim

What are you talking about? PageRank was never “Machine Learning.” It was a relevance algorithm based on inbound links. You are literally making things up.

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