Anmol Tukrel, a 10th grader claims that his very own search engine has got (47%) more accuracy level than Google. It was no more than just a high school project but my word! Watch out Google! here is someone to give you a very tough competition, yes! a 10th grader!

In accordance with Tukrel, he took only 60 hours to develop this search engine for a Google Science Fair.

Tukrel further said:

“I thought I would do something in the personalised search space. It was the most genius thing ever. But when I realised Google already does it, I tried taking it to the next level,”

Anmol Tukrel was having following items while developing this project:

  • One GB free storage
  • Python language development environment
  • spreadsheet program
  • Google
  • New York Times.

In order to check the accuracy level of searchengine, his restricted the search queries to The New York Times news articles of this year only. Furthermore, he also created fake users having different histories of web search and interests. After that Tukrel fed the entire info to his own search engine as well as Google. At the end, the comparison was done between Google and his search engine.

Anmol Tukrel develops a more powerful search engine than Google

Sanjay Ramakrishnan, cofounder of Ice-Cream Labs & former marketing head of Myntra said: “For someone to look at a successful Google product and attempt to go one level up, it’s astonishing,”

“My computer teacher was pretty impressed with the project. I skipped a year in computer science, so they knew I was good, but may be not so good,” said Tukrel.

You can also view his test cases through this link: 

“To be honest, it’s incredibly stupid to drop out,” said Tukrel. “It’s very arrogant to think that your idea is so good, that you don’t need to learn anything.”

Claims made by Anmol Tukrel:

My algorithm calculates the equation in a more smart way!

My search engine is capable enough to understand what any user would like {BEFORE} the results are served by going deep inside the text content, by understanding its underlying “meaning” and also by (matching the info with the personality of the user).

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