Google gives search a Knowledge Graph makeover (screenshots)

Google gives search a Knowledge Graph makeover (screenshots)

Summary: Google says that it has revamped its search with more information as a first step in the next generation of search.


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  • Google has revamped its search with results that show more information from its 500-million-item database of people, places, and things. Google says this Knowledge Graph is the first step in search for the next generation.

    Here's a search for Taj Mahal. It indicates that you're probably looking for information about the mausoleum in India but there are links to other things named Taj Mahal: the musician, gambling casino, etc.

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  • On the right, you'll see basic information from Wikipedia that could save you a step and results for potential related searches and the next most popular things named Taj Mahal.

  • Here's a search on Matt Groening, creator of "The Simpsons" TV show.

Topics: CXO, Google

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