Google Knowledge Graph Could Change Search Forever

Google Knowledge Graph Could Change Search Forever

Introducing the Knowledge Graph

Introducing the Knowledge Graph, a new search engine to help quickly find relevant information using semantic search technology.

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"Google is launching one of its most ambitious and interesting updates to its search engine in recent months. You will start to see large panels with additional factual information about the topic you were searching for take over the right side of Google’s search result pages. The panels are powered by what Google calls its new “Knowledge Graph”."

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Thomson Reuters launches Knowledge Graph feed  #linkeddata    A linked data feed of Thomson Reuters financial content sets with a pre-identified set of relationships, helping you to uncover previously undetected connections within and across data sets.

Thomson Reuters launches Knowledge Graph feed #linkeddata A linked data feed of Thomson Reuters financial content sets with a pre-identified set of relationships, helping you to uncover previously undetected connections within and across data sets.

Google Improves Knowledge Graph With Comparisons And Filters, Brings Cards & Cross-Platform Notifications To Mobile | TechCrunch

Google Improves Knowledge Graph With

Google Improves Knowledge Graph With Comparisons And Filters, Brings Cards & Cross-Platform Notifications To Mobile | TechCrunch

Google's new Knowledge Graph is likely to affect how your site gets ranked. Again, content is king and it's likely that keyword research will require more intricacy for businesses trying to rank for several keyword phrases.

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A man walks near a Thomson Reuters logo at the Thomson Reuters building in Canary Wharf in east London

A man walks near a Thomson Reuters logo at the Thomson Reuters building in Canary Wharf in east London

2. Get the best summary  With the Knowledge Graph, Google can better understand your query, so we can summarize relevant content around that topic, including key facts you’re likely to need for that particular thing. For example, if you’re looking for Marie Curie, you’ll see when she was born and died, but you’ll also get details on her education and scientific discoveries. The Knowledge Graph also helps us understand the relationships between things.

First baby step of Knowledge Graph—which will enables to make search more intelligent

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