Google Algorithm Finds Funniest YouTube Vid

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) March 01, 2012 -- Summary: Boffins at Google have come up with a new algorithm to determine the funniest videos on the site. You would think that the reasons for something being funny would be beyond the realms of science, however people at Google have come up with a way of determining how funny a video is. One of the ways that they have come up with is by judging the comments on the videos.

Boffins at Google have come up with a new algorithm to determine the funniest videos on the site.

You would think that the reasons for something being funny would be beyond the realms of science, however people at Google have come up with a way of determining how funny a video is. One of the ways that they have come up with is by judging the comments on the videos.

Their new algorithm has declared that the 'No No No No No Cat' is the funniest video on the site. It's basically a video of a cat that sounds like it is saying the word 'No' over and over again. In comparison to some of the big hitters on there that may have been the product of some digital video production, this video only has some 60,000 views. Small fry when you compare some of the other videos that have got millions and millions of views.

The algorithm judges the some of the expressions used in the comments and uses them to determine how funny any one particular video may be. Coming in a close second behind the 'No No No No No Cat' is the video of a chap and a bear having a comedy kung-fu fight entitled 'Guy gets Killed by Bear'.

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Press Release Submitted On: March 01, 2012 at 5:32 am
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