Two new Google Search updates make it easier for users to find more in-depth information on any given topic and to compare car features and prices, right on the search engine results page, with the addition of cars to Knowledge Graph and In-Depth Articles
Many car shoppers use Google for research well before they set foot into a dealership. It only makes sense, then, that the company has just rolled vehicle stats into its Knowledge Graph. Look for a new ride and you'll get basic specifications,...
Sponsored Post: Senzari® today announced MusicGraph, the world's first knowledge engine for music, which will be available as a consumer app across most major mobile platforms, as well as a powerful "graph API" that can be leveraged by developers...
Google today announced an update to its Knowledge Graph feature: you can now search for cars and get quick information without leaving the search engine. All you have to do... Keep reading ?
Stephen Wolfram recently shared a sneak peek at his new knowledge-based programming language -- a system he promises is "insanely more ambitious" than Google's Knowledge Graph. The possibilities for marketers warrant keeping a close eye.
Google Trends has long been a popular way to find out how much interest there is in a given topic, but until now, it was also a relatively simple tool. It just looked at how often people would search for a keyword over time. Now that...Show More Summary
Back in May 2012 Google announced the launch of the Knowledge Graph, a brand new mechanism to help searchers "discover new information quickly and easily". But what exactly is Knowledge Graph? Where does Google get the knowledge? And how, with so much information out there, does Google know what to display? If these are the [...]Show More Summary
The relevancy-defining, edge-weighting algorithms of Google’s Knowledge Graph, Facebook’s Open Graph and Gravity’s Interest Ontology are closely guarded company secrets. Imagine if that data was available to everyone -- it would be as disruptive as Amazon Web Services. The internet would be a better place.
Google has a lot of clever algorithms that detect so many things automatically. Some of these algorithms extract facts from webpages and add them to the Knowledge Graph.Here's a baffling example which shows that Google's algorithms aren't always so smart. Show More Summary
Harmonia is looking for a Senior Knowledge Graph Computer Scientist in Blacksburg, VA. The post states, “Harmonia is looking for a creative software engineer and team lead with a strong interest and background in information modeling,...Show More Summary
The tech giant continues to enhance how we get information. In 2012, when Knowledge Graph first debuted, its visual was a panel that appeared on the side of the screen alongside the standard Google search results. The information inShow More Summary
The focus on the semantic web was fun, but ultimately missed the big picture, which is people care not about knowledge graphs but about the people and current events happening in their social graphs.
Google's Knowledge Graph cards for searches like [zombie], [skeleton], [witch] or [ghost] include some Easter Eggs. For ghosts, Google informs users that the food source is "air, your fear, being remembered", you can avoid them by "burning...Show More Summary
Google has rolled out some easter eggs just in time for Halloween. The company revealed to us that if you query [ghost], [witch], or several other keywords that fit this... Keep reading ?
Rather than relying on a single keyword or two, the Knowledge Graph considers a query in context. This capitalizes on the fact that users increasingly enter full sentences—most often questions—into a search box, rather than simple keywords. read more
If you search Google for a chemical compound like carbon dioxide, sulfuric acid, glucose, ethylene glycol, ethyl acetate, you'll notice that the Knowledge Graph box includes an image with the "3D" icon. Click the first thumbnail and you'll get an animated 3D model of the compound. Show More Summary