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Move Over Google Knowledge Graph, Here Comes Knowledge Vault

Google has been talking about the Knowledge Vault, an upgraded Knowledge Graph that touts "automatic knowledge base construction" and doesn't rely on community-curated databases.

Google Knowledge Vault

New Scientist reports that Google works on supplementing Knowledge Graph with a new database called Knowledge Vault. While Knowledge Graph uses information from a list of trusted sources, Knowledge Vault gathers data from the entireShow More Summary

Blab Builds The Conversation Graph

We have the Knowledge Graph, the Enterprise Graph, the Researcher Graph, the Supply Chain Graph – and now, the Conversation Graph, too That’s how Blab characterizes the work it’s doing to add structure to the chaotic world of onlineShow More Summary

Google's 'Knowledge Vault' seeks the answer to life, the universe and everything

Google's Knowledge Graph is pretty good at telling you who was the 37th president of the US, or what the square root of 342345 is. Ask it more complex questions, like "why does the sun set at night?" and it'll still send you off to find the answer...

Google’s Singhal Reflects on the Top Search Milestones Since 2004

Google’s senior vice president of search thinks the roll-outs of universal search, voice search, and the Knowledge Graph are among Google’s proudest moments in search since its IPO.

Google Tests "Listen Now" Ads for Music Searches

The ads appear in the Knowledge Graph for services like Google Play, Rhapsody, and Spotify. They are part of an effort that also includes "Watch Now" ads for movies and TV.

Google's Awards Search Knowledge Graph Has A Strange Logies Flaw

Google has enhanced its search results if you look up awards ceremonies to show a Knowledge Graph box featuring recent winners. It’s a neat idea, but it has a weird flaw when it comes to Australia’s Logies. More »      

Google Knowledge Graph Winners

If you search for [oscar winners], Google shows a long list of winners in the Knowledge Graph sidebar. You can scroll down to see all of them, switch to a different year or click a category and see all the nominees. Search for [oscar 1995] to find the winners from 1995, for example. Show More Summary

Google Tests Timeline View for Knowledge Graph

Google tests a timeline view for Knowledge Graph cards. For a query like [World War I], Google's experimental interface displays a chronological list of important events obtained from Wikipedia articles. Mouse over an event and Google shows more information, including images, relevant dates and snippets from Wikipedia articles. Show More Summary

Syapse raises $10M for its medical knowledge graph tech

2 months agoTechnology : GigaOM

Syapse, a startup trying to build something akin to Google’s Knowledge Graph for medical data, has raised a $10 million series B round of venture capital from Safeguard Scientific and existing investor Social+Capital Partnership. We covered Syapse when it launched in January 2013, promising to help […]

6 Ways to Make Your Search Results Shine

There are always new ways to improve your business' search results using Google Knowledge Graph, if you take time to understand search query intent and implement structured markup across your website.

Add Actions to Your Own Knowledge Graph (Video — Part 3)

[Editor's note: this is Part 3 of a series. See Part 1 and Part 2] In Part 3 of this series, Jarek Wilkiewicz details activating the small Knowledge Graph (built on Cayley) with Actions. He begins by explaining how Actions can be thought of as a combination of “Entities” (things) and “Affordances” (uses). Show More Summary

New Open Source Graph Database Cayley Unveiled (Video – Part 2)

[Editor's note: This is Part 2 of a 3 part series. See Part 1 and Part 3] Barak Michener, Software Engineer, Knowledge NYC has posted on the Google Open Source Blog about “Cayley, an open source graph database.”: “Four years ago this July, Google acquired Metaweb, bringing Freebase and linked open data to Google. Show More Summary

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