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How to cure a hangover: Google adds 900 health conditions to Knowledge Graph

It's Sunday morning and by the pounding of your head and spinning of the room, indicating your Saturday night was a little too awesome. You Google "How to cure a Hangover." And then...

Google Doubles Its Health-Related Search Content to Over 900 Conditions

Earlier this year, Google introduced structured, curated, and verified health information information into its Knowledge Graph smart search algorithm. Initially, the feature was available for 400 conditions — but now Google has increased...Show More Summary

Google Search Will Now Surface Info On More Health Conditions

Google says one in 20 searches on Google Search are for health-related information and since February of this year, it’s been using its Knowledge Graph to quickly bring up medical facts when it spots a query about common health conditions. Show More Summary

How To Get Instant Movie Reviews From Google

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In Google’s ideal world, you would never have to leave the search results page to find the information you need, which is why it continues to extend its Knowledge Graph strategy to bring you more bite-sized summaries before you’ve clicked through to any other site. The latest stream of data to be added to Google’s system? Movie reviews. Read more...

Bing Snapshots First to Bring Advanced In-App Search to Users

This fall, Bing will become the first search engine to publicly share its knowledge graph, helping developers improve their apps by allowing people to search without leaving them.

The Problem with Google’s Health Knowledge Graphs

Earlier this year, Google changed how it presented health search results. It added a new box to its search results it calls a “Knowledge Graph.” Apparently this new product came about because a Google product manager had a hard time finding information about a concussion, […]

Bing Makes Knowledge and Action Graph API Available

Microsoft today announced the pending availability of Bing's Knowledge and Action Graph API. With it, developers can expose rich data inside their own apps without forcing users to reach for the search bar at the top of the screen. The idea is to prevent users from leaving the app by giving them the information they want automatically.

Bing knowledge and action graph API now open to third-party developers

Microsoft is giving third-party app developers a way to directly access its vast amount of data and information it has collected for its Bing search engine. This comes in the form of a new Bing knowledge and action graph API that will allow those developers to make apps allow users to access Bing's information from inside those apps.

Microsoft launches Bing knowledge and action graph API to bring context to apps

Microsoft today announced the debut of a new application programming interface (API) that developers can use to bring the expertise of Bing into their apps. The launch of the new Bing knowledge and action graph API is significant — search giant Google hasn’t made its knowledge graph available to developers. So this isn’t just any […]

Microsoft Takes On Google ‘Now On Tap’ With New Bing Snapshots On Android

To showcase what the new Knowledge and Action Graph API can do for app developers, Microsoft is updating the Bing App on Android with snapshots that users can launch outside of the Bing App itself. This is similar to the Google Now on Tap feature on Android. Beautiful and useful answers show up when you […]

AKSW Colloquium, 17-08-2015, Relational Machine Learning for Knowledge Graphs, Zoo Keeper, Apache Mesos

Relational Machine Learning for Knowledge Graphs In this colloquium Patrick Westphal will present the paper “A Review of Relational Machine Learning for Knowledge Graphs” by Nickel, Murphy, Tresp and Gabrilovich. Abstract: Relational machine learning studies methods for the statistical analysis of relational, or graph-structured, data. Show More Summary

Google Knowledge Graph Adds Movie Reviews

Last week, Google's movie cards added snippets from critic reviews. You can find quotes from sites like Variety, Rolling Stone, New York Times and click the links to read the full reviews. This new Knowledge Graph feature uses structured markup from websites. Show More Summary

Google Introduces New Schema Markup for Critic Reviews in SERPs by @mattsouthern

Google has introduced a new type of Schema markup that can be used to display detailed critic review knowledge graph cards in the search results pages. The post Google Introduces New Schema Markup for Critic Reviews in SERPs by @mattsouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Google’s Knowledge Graph has a ‘facts’ problem

OPINION: Go ahead, ask Google "What happened to the dinosaurs?" -- if you haven't already.

Google+ brand posts will no longer show up Google search cards

Google has made another slight move away from Google+, its social branch. Cards displayed with info sourced via Google’s knowledge graph will no longer show a brand’s posts on the social network. Speaking to Search Engine Land, a Google spokesperson said the Google+ posts were removed from Knowledge Graph cards to provide more consistency. Show More Summary

Diffbot, Rival to Google Knowledge Graph, Gets Financial Backing by @AllieGrayFree

Semantic search rival to Google's Knowledge Graph "Diffbot" gets funding from Bloomberg The post Diffbot, Rival to Google Knowledge Graph, Gets Financial Backing by @AllieGrayFree appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

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