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When Jennifer Lopez credited for creating Google Images

When Jennifer Lopez credited for creating Google Images

Jennifer Lopez’s red carpet outfits at the 2000 Grammy Awards led to the birth of Google Images.

According to daily mail, them On the floor The singer’s green Versace dress was the origin of Google Images, launched in 2001 to meet demand for photos of J Lo in the famous dress.

Before the search engine, users had to sift through broken text page links and were unable to search for images only.

Twitter user @mattxiv shared a screenshot of the Google Images Wikipedia page this week, writing, “This dress is why Google Images was invented.”

In 2015, Google executive Eric Schmidt also confirmed that the Grammy-nominated dress inspired Google Images.

When Google was launched, people were amazed that they could find almost anything just by typing a few words into a computer.”

According to Schmidt, Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin — like all other successful inventors — kept iterating.

They started with images because people wanted more than text.

“It first became apparent after the 2000 Grammy Awards, where Jennifer Lopez wore a green dress that caught the world’s attention,” Schmidt added.

“At the time, it was the most popular search query of all time.

“But we had no surefire way to get exactly what they wanted: J Lo wearing that dress. Google image search was born.’

Before Google Image Search, people could only search a page of text divided by ten blue links.

Initially, Google Images offered access to 250 million images.

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