Search engines on the Internet have been around for a long time. In 1998, the concept behind Google was introduced by graduates of Stanford University. Today, in addition to the top dog Google, there are other providers such as Bing and DuckDuckGo. Without them, the Internet would probably be an impenetrable jungle for most people.

Search engines like Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo aim to provide the best possible hits to my search query. And Google alone receives more than 100,000 per second. And 15% of the queries made every day are first-time searches, meaning those that have not been shared before. But what seems perfectly normal to us on the Internet is not yet standard in enterprises. How can AI help businesses improve search? And where is the journey heading for enterprise search engines? That’s what co-founder Bastian Maiworm talks about in Frank and Nina’s KI heute podcast.

Listen to Episode 28 here:
The podcast is in German.