Introducing Google Knowledge Graph

Friday, May 18, 2012

In its ongoing effort to improve its search engine, Google has recently launched Knowledge Graph - a new feature that helps you get more relevant results based on a system of relationships built between people, things or places.

For example, if you search the query "taj mahal," you might be looking for the landmark, the blues musician, a restaurant in Atlantic City with that name, etc. With the Knowledge Graph, Google takes into consideration recent searches, your location or and your preferences, and displays the results accordingly.

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