With Knowledge Graph, a Google search will ask if you want the galaxy, TV show …
Americans and Brits might chuckle at their respective understandings of words like chips, pants and biscuits — a search engine, however, can't be quite so discerning. As it turns out, Google actually thinks it can, and has been
Posted: May 16, 2012 3:08 PM by AP SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Google is introducing a new tool designed to make its search engine smarter. The new feature debuting Wednesday is called the "Knowledge Graph." It draws from a Google-built database of more than
Google today unwrapped the first of its long-promised semantic search capabilities, dubbed Knowledge Graph. The new Knowledge Graph feature will give users more direct answers to questions and the option to search for different connotations of terms
Google search has always been about connecting you to information. The new Google Knowledge Graph makes the process faster than ever by delivering a summary of important info on your search results page.
Google's next-generation search technology, Knowledge Graph, is starting to roll out today, and it's going to make searching Google a lot richer. Knowledge Graph connects your search query to Google's knowledgebase of over 500 million