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Syapse raises $10M for its medical knowledge graph tech

2 weeks 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 schema.org 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 Schema.org 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

How to Build Your Own Knowledge Graph (Video – Part 1)

Straight out of Google I/O this week, came some interesting announcements related to Semantic Web technologies and Linked Data. Included in the mix was a cool instructional video series about how to “Build a Small Knowledge Graph.” Part...Show More Summary

Building The Scientific Knowledge Graph

Standard Analytics, which was a participant at the recent TechStars event in New York City, has a big goal on its mind: To organize the world’s scientific information by building a complete scientific knowledge graph. The company’s co-founders,...Show More Summary

Tables in Google Knowledge Graph Cards

Google's Knowledge Graph cards sometimes include tables extracted from web pages. For example, when searching for [fl food stamp number], Google shows the phone number of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program office from Florida. Show More Summary

Building Dungeons with Pathological Monsters

You would have to ask an expert (which I am not) to get a better understanding, but to my knowledge there are two general classes of fractals.  The first (the type seen below) is a graph of a set of complex numbers. The most well known of these is the Mandelbrot set, whose mathematical equation is: zn+1 = zn2 + c where z is a complex number. Show More Summary

Here's A Look At How Google Is Trying To Make Your Life Easier (GOOG)

Since Google launched Knowledge Graph back in 2012, it has continued to try to help users find information they need as quickly as possible. The idea is that Knowledge Graph helps you find a fast answer to a question by displaying it in a box above the traditional list of links. Show More Summary

Hangouts Integration in Google Search

Some of the phone numbers from Google's Knowledge Graph cards are now linked and open Google Hangouts. When you search for a local business, Google usually displays the phone number next to the address. Click the phone number and you...Show More Summary

Knowledge Graph Card in Google Maps

Google Maps for desktop added a "quick facts" card that uses information from the Knowledge Graph. If you search for a country, a state, a city, a district, a museum or any other important building, you'll find some information from Wikipedia. Show More Summary

Google Maps now offers 'quick facts' about the world's biggest tourist destinations

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Google Maps just got a new and pretty useful info card that takes data right out of the company's Knowledge Graph. This expandable window called "Quick facts" lists, well, bite-sized factoids about some of most famous locations around the globe,...

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