Searching for symptoms on Google is going to yield more immediate answers in the coming days, as the search giant rolls out an update to its Knowledge Graph. The post Google to Provide Instant Medical Information for Symptom Searches by @SouthernSEJ appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Google today announced a new improvement to their Knowledge Graph for Google Search. Now, when searching for symptoms you'll be presented with more information about what's keeping you down, including related conditions, causes or diseases.
Sometimes Google's Knowledge Graph cards use more real estate than all the other search results combined. I've searched for [from Paris with love] in the experimental mobile-like desktop interface and got a huge card with images, information about the movie, ratings, cast. Show More Summary
The release of UMBEL (Upper Mapping and Binding Exchange Layer) ver 1.50 re-structures the knowledge graph along natural cleavages captured by 31 mostly disjoint SuperTypes, each representing its entity classes in a flexible typology design that favors connecting with external content.
Before Google was the global search engine juggernaut that it is today, it was far more primitive at its initial launch in 1998. Heck, I remember just a few years ago when practically anyone who plugged a few keywords into an article could get on page one with relative ease. Show More Summary
We all ask our very own Google baba for suggestions whenever we or someone close to us is not feeling well. I do it for every medical situation I encounter whenever and wherever just out of curiosity. Google Search has never disappointed me. Show More Summary
Google’s latest move in India may help increase access to healthcare information among millions of people. The company added healthcare information to its knowledge graph in the U.S. last year, to help people easily find quick information in response to symptoms or concerns via its search engine, and now the feature is headed east to India. Read More
Google's Knowledge Graph cards added a button that lets you share the search results pages on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or by sending an email. You're actually sending a link to the entire search page, not just to the card.Knowledge...Show More Summary
Last week artificial intelligence achieved another victory over humankind. Google DeepMind's AlphaGo program won 4-1 against Lee Sedol, one of the best Go players in the world, in a milestone that experts thought was a decade away.
Google is adding some more information to their Knowledge Graph in Google Search when looking up info about the ongoing presidential nomination campaigns. You can now get a look at campaign financials to see who's getting how much money in donations, and from whom.
After all of the leaks and reports, the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are official. As the knowledgable Android user you are, you are probably wondering what the official specs look like. Below, we have each one detailed in graphs. As...Show More Summary
During the upcoming colloquium, Nilesh Chakraborty will give a short introduction on factorising RDF tensors and present a paper on “Holographic Embeddings of Knowledge Graphs”: Holographic Embeddings of Knowledge Graphs Authors : Maximilian...Show More Summary