At the beginning of the 2010s Google started to use relevant information to determine what a keyword meant. In the video, you will watch a Google engineer explain how related key phrases help establish what a word means. Here they use the example of the cheese "brie" to explain in the video. He states "ile-at-villaine", the department of France where brie is from, among other phrases that can identify Brie. Our algorithm show that this is true of the search results. Semantic Density shows:
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