Google's algorithm is so complicated that they have created a movie to explain it

The 58-minute piece can be viewed for free on YouTube.

Surely you have also wondered on more than one occasion how Google works. You are not the first nor will you be the last to do it, and proof of this is the last thing the American company has done to explain it to you.

Because, imagine how many times they have asked Google how Google works (I hope you don't get lost in this little tongue twister) that this has been launched explain how it works through a documentary.

The piece in question is titled "Trillions of Questions, No Easy Answers: A (home) movie about how Google Search works" (Trillions of questions, there are no easy answers: A (homemade) movie about how the Google search engine works) and in it the search engine par excellence of our country tries to reveal its ins and outs.

Available on YouTube

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How Google works is unknown to the vast majority of Internet users.

How could it be otherwise, Google has decided use YouTube (which for something paid 1,650 million dollars for her in 2006) to host the documentary.

It is available for viewing totally free and, the only downside for the Spanish speaker is that It is only in English.

There are not even subtitles in Spanish, So, if you don't know Shakespeare's language, you'll have to bite the bullet and continue without discovering firsthand how the search engine works.

Although, well, even after viewing of this piece we are not clear that go to discover completely how Google works and not even Google itself knows if we will be able to understand it, or that suggests with the title of the documentary it has chosen.

In any case, we have 58 minutes of documentary ahead for learn a little more about its methodology and understand aspects as basic as appearance of certain results and why some go before; the autocomplete functions, the verification of the veracity of the information or the indexing.

Are you ready to discover the secrets of Google? Make some popcorn and enjoy the show.