Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Google knowledge graph

  • Google this morning is launching a major addition to its search results pages intended to give users more accurate and relevant results. Get ready for: the Google Knowledge Graph.
  • (Forbes)
  • Just months after rolling out a controversial personalized search feature, Google  is shaking up its search pages once again.
  • (Yahoo Finance)
  • SAN FRANCISCO – Facebook isnt the only Internet behemoth with big news this week. Google on Wednesday ratcheted up its search service as Facebook steamrolls to its gargantuan IPO on Friday.
  • (USA Today)
  • Americans and Brits might chuckle at their respective understandings of words like chips, pants and biscuits -- a search engine, however, cant be quite so discerning.
  • (engadget)
  • Maybe the TV show? Or maybe you actually wanted to know something about monarchs.
  • (CNN)
  • SAN FRANCISCO — Google on Wednesday began making its search engine smarter in a major upgrade that looks beyond query words to figure out what people are actually seeking online.
  • (Google)
  • Google will begin in the next few days to incorporate the knowledge graph it has been building for two years into its search results .
  • (Infoworld)
  • It's called the Google Knowledge Graph, which the company says includes some 500 million persons, places and things — and their billions of relationships to one another.
  • (Wired News)
  • Google has revamped its search engine in an attempt to offer instant answers to search questions. A new function, the Knowledge Graph, will make the sites algorithms act more human, the site said in a blog post.
  • (BBC News)
  • (Newser) – Google is rolling out a major new change to its search engine today—the Knowledge Graph.
  • (Newser)

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