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  • You can now search YouTube with emojis
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You can now search YouTube with emojis

Emoji is the fastest growing language in the world, and thanks to Emoji2Video – a website from researchers at the University of Amsterdam – you can now use those characters to search for videos. With plans to bring the tech to YouTube, will emojis soon dominate video search like they do our texts?

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