Google’s auto-complete features gives you a drop-down menu of suggestions based on the most popular queries related to whatever you’re searching.
If you start searching for a story about a tech CEO, for example, Google auto-complete might show you that other users are searching about this person’s marriage, kids, salary, and net worth. All of this processing happens in just milliseconds.
Google’s algorithm usually takes your search habits into consideration, but if your browsing history is cleared and you’re using an incognito window, you’ll see auto-complete results that are pretty reflective of what the general population is curious about.
And so, we thought it would be fun to highlight the sorts of auto-complete results you’ll get if you search for some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley. This isn’t at all scientific in any way, but here’s what Google came up with nevertheless (in alphabetical order):