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

  • On the right his biographical information shows the most interesting facts about him: His father's name is Homer, his mother's is Margaret (Marge?) and his sibling's name is Lisa.

  • Google uses a search for Leonardo da Vinci as an example of searching for Renaissance painters. Google theorizes that many people could be looking up Renaissance painters in general but search on da Vinci since he is the most famous. Therefore, they give easy links to other painters of the  time.

Topics: CXO, Google

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