Google has launched Google Squared, an experimental search tool that collects facts from the web and presents them in an organized collection, like a spreadsheet.
Google Squared has been designed to be conversational, enabling users to respond to the initial result and get a better answer. If there’s another row or column users would like to see, they can add it and Google Squared will automatically attempt to fetch and fill in the relevant facts.
As rows and columns are removed by the user, Google Squared will get a fresh idea of what the user is interested in and suggest new rows and columns to add.
It displays the sources the info was gathered from as well as a list of other possible values that could be investigated. Once users get the square they’re happy with, they can save it and come back to it later.
Click here for Google Squared.