Today, Google announced they are making Google Search more intelligent. Some have been predicting the gradual release of the semantic web and this might be Google‘s early version. Google Search is quickly moving from an information engine to a knowledge engine.
Google uses the example of [taj mahal]. Previously, this query has just been two words that Google recognized but couldn’t give any meaning to. But now with Googles Knowledge Graph, their algorithm can understand real-world entities and analyze their relationship to one another.
Google is not just pulling data from Wikipedia and other sources like the CIA’s World Factbook. Their system accounts for a much larger pool of information and data because of their ability to connect with people who search for things on the web. This gives Google (to date) more than 500 million objects to use with over 3.5 billion facts about the relationships between these different objects.
Here’s what you can expect from Google’s knowledge graph: READ MORE