jbrodkin writes: "Google is ditching its sophisticated autocompletion algorithms for a team of humans who can type 32,000 words per minute — and they're hiring more. Sitting in front of his computer, one Google autocompleter says "This is my console. Letters come in up here from users — anonymized of course — and I try to make a prediction as to what they're searching for and I type it as quickly as I can. This year Google is going to hire more people than ever before and people think you need to be some Ph.D, computer science, techno-mathmagician, but that's not always the case. Sometimes we just need people who can type really fast. And who are also psychic.""