Data is the new oil and now Google is providing Dataset Search. Datasets are needed to train Machine Learning and for other computer projects. Data is a vital resource for the modern age and now Datasets are easily published and discovered. Dataset Search has indexed almost 25 million of these datasets, giving you a single place to search for datasets and find links to where the data is. You can now filter the results based on the types of dataset that you want (e.g., tables, images, text), or whether the dataset is available for free from the provider.
Note: Google's new dataset search tool was publicly released on January 23rd, 2020. Google recently released datasetsearch, a free tool for searching 25 million publicly available datasets. The search tool includes filters to limit results based on their license (free or paid), format (csv, images, etc), and update time. The results also include descriptions of the dataset's contents as well as author citations. Google's dataset aggregation methodology differs from other dataset repositories like Amazon's open data registry.
Google is an advertising company. And advertising revenue is always under siege -- from competitors, regulators and market forces. Today, around 70 percent of Google's revenue comes from advertising, according to a "featured snippet" on Google Search. Meanwhile, shareholders expect solid growth. But how do you achieve that with a fickle and fragile business like online advertising.
Google Search is much more powerful than most people know. Google is way more powerful than most people realize. Regular searches are helpful, but they don't even scratch the surface of Google's abilities. Sometimes, your basic search inquiries may not be enough or you need a tip to get the best results. Fair warning: You can't mention Google without also mentioning tracking.