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Google Knowledge Graph Links to Online Music Services

Back in June, Google announced a feature that allowed you to play music in your favorite mobile app directly from Google Search. "When you ask Google about a musician, you can simply tap a link to play their music right in one of your installed apps," explained Google. Show More Summary

Google plans to integrate its fact database Freebase into Wikimedia’s Wikidata

But not all is lost for developers who have come to value the information inside Freebase. Freebase will "launch a new API for entity search powered by Google's Knowledge Graph," the post states.

A Typescript library for Google Knowledge Graph (Freebase)

I developed a Typescript library that wraps the Freebase API and expose some services. The library contains some definitions to provide type checking at compile time and intellisense. I also published the resulting Javascript. The project is available under MIT license (open source) and is available

Google Maps Smart Search

One of the coolest Google Maps features is the integration with Google's Knowledge Graph. Besides providing useful information about different places, Knowledge Graph makes the search feature smarter.You can search for [Canada capital],...Show More Summary

Google Knowledge Graph Links to Social Profiles

Here's another sign that Google+'s importance is diminishing: Google's Knowledge Graph cards now include links to social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Myspace and sites like YouTube and Instagram. Google also adds links to Google+. Show More Summary

Google Has Finally Added Video Games To Its Knowledge Graph

It's a change that many will probably feel is long overdue - as of this month, video games are now a part of Google's Knowledge Graph. This means that all the information you need to know about a particular title - from genre to developer to release date - is just one search away.

Knowledge Graph Cards for Video Games

Google's Knowledge Graph cards now include information about video games. You can find all about Pac-Man, Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja, Candy Crush Saga, Grand Theft Auto, Need for Speed, Minecraft, Halo, Counter-Strike or any other game for mobile devices, desktop computers or consoles.Google shows links to app stores and gaming sites. Show More Summary

Google Has Much More To Tell Us About Video Games Now

You know that neat little box that pops up on the right when you search Google for movies or books and such? Now it does it for video games as well, thanks to an update to Google's Knowledge Graph. Read more...

Systap and Metaphacts Collaborate to Deliver Innovative Solutions for Knowledge Graphs

Trentino, Italy – October 22, 2014 – SYSTAP, LLC and metaphacts announced at this year’s International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC) the start of a new partnership to deliver innovative solutions for building and managing knowledge graphs. Show More Summary

Google now embeds information about games in search results

The dominant search company has expanded its "Knowledge Graph" program to serve up info on games from a simple search....

AlchemyAPI’s New Face Detection And Recognition API Boosts Entity Information Courtesy Of Its Knowledge Graph

AlchemyAPI has released its AlchemyVision Face Detection/Recognition API, which, in response to an image file or URI, returns the position, age, gender, and, in the case of celebrities, the identities of the people in the photo and connections...Show More Summary

AlchemyVision Face Detection/Recognition API Identifies Celebrities Using Data From Knowledge Graph

AlchemyAPI, a leading advanced natural language processing and computer vision technology company, has announced the public release of the AlchemyVision Face Detection and Recognition API, which is capable of detecting faces in photos and returning information such as position, age and gender.

Google’s Knowledge Graph Now Mines Facts from Data Tables

Josh Ong of The Next Web reports, “Google today revealed details behind a new search feature called Structured Snippets that displays information pulled from data tables on webpages. The feature actually began rolling out last month, but the company’s research team explained the technology in a post today. Show More Summary

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