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Question answering platforms such as Yahoo! Answers or Quora always contained questions that ask other humans for help when comparing two or more options. Since nowadays more and more people also "talk" to their devices, such comparative questions are also part of the query stream that major search engines receive. Interestingly, major search engines answer some comparative questions pretty well while for others, they just show the "standard" ten blue links. But a good response to a comparativedoi:10.1007/s13222-020-00346-8 fatcat:gitjxuqydvfn5aotthvk34gv7y