Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Google’s New Knowledge Graph

This post from ABC News provides some information about Google’s newest search tool (launched today) – Knowledge Graph. 

“Google's new Knowledge Graph is a new search tool that will begin rolling out starting today. It's meant to help you find search results faster. When you now search for a popular or well-known person, place or thing, you'll get a box to the right of the results explaining more about your search term.

For instance, search for "Frank Lloyd Wright" today and the first link might be to Wikipedia. But now, to the right of that result you'll see some of that Wikipedia or other sourced information right on the search page, including a short summary of who Wright was, his birth date, etc. You'll also get related searches. If Wright were still living and a Google+ user, you'd also get his Google+ profile link.”

Here is a link to a post from the Google Blog with more information.

Happy researching!

(dkh)

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