Google Squared: A new way of searching

If you liked my post on Wolfram Alpha, then you will probably like Google Squared. Google Squared is a semantic search engine developed by Google which displays search results  in tabular format.  The results in tables can be customized, saved, and shared. The table shown below was the result of the search phrase “20th century mathematicians”  entered in Google Squared.

Really? Lewis Carroll was a mathematician? I didn’t know that.

Note: You can enlarge the figure above by clicking it.

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