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Introducing Google's Knowledge Graph - I am very proud to be part of a team that is changing search in such a fundamental way.
Cross-posted on the Inside Search Blog. Search is a lot about discovery—the basic human need to learn and broaden your horizons. But searching still requires a lot of hard work by you, the user. So to...
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Sounds intresting.
Now all we need is voice search to default to "on" when opening Google Search, and I can ask "Computer, how many Class M planets are there in the Klingon neutral zone?"

Baby steps to big dreams, +Amit Singhal =)
This is how search should be - it should reflect how human mind associates and connects entities, the only difference is here we have infinite memory and precise connections. This is by all means a trendsetting move - thanks for the upgrade.
Knowledgeable!! Google is great and gives us lots of new things to learn!! It thinks always for user satisfaction. That is why we love it.
Can anyone please explain me the URL - .../introducing-knowledge-graph-things-not.html ..... what's the role of "-things-not" there? I understand posts from Google needn't have the URL optimized ;) but I am definitely interested to understand this further.
...So, Google posts incomplete URLs in its own blog, is it?
And I thought you were looking forward to land only to see your friends and family!

This knowledge graph is awesome! +1 for organic search!
it's been a whole day and I still don't have it. where is it I WANT IT NOOOOWWWW -veruca salt
I am wondering if you would give us your comments on this post? "Google Just Hi-jacked the Semantic Web Vocabulary" Of course, we're not saying we aren't excited for what Google is doing to improve search.
Amit, can you tell us if Google is going to allow the general public to contribute to Google's Knowledge Graph? For example, what if people have information about relationships between products available for sale that isn't online at the moment?
do you have information about how to access such data via an API or other pattern/protocol?
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