I'm having some discussions with my colleagues and I just want to clarify before I start making untrue assumption. For this new collection (not live yet), when we search for a term (e.g."chemistry with science") the top result is probably not what users will be looking for for that term, however the 2nd and 3rd are good matches. To my understanding, Funnelback will learn based on how users click through from search result to page so long as we're using the clickTrackingUrl rather than the page URL alone. So in time the 2nd and 3rd result, if that is indeed what users are looking for, might bump up to 1st and 2nd.
So am I correct to assert this to my team? Does Funnelback learn over time and improve its own search results? I feel like I'm asking obvious questions about search engine fundamentals but just want to be sure