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Google’s Knowledge Graph: connecting structured knowledge from diverse sources
Tuesday May 22nd 2012, 2:12 pm
Filed under: citation needed,Glory, glory, glory,metrics,SJ

Stefano Mazzochi and other former MetaWebbers now at Google have turned out another beautiful structure in the garden of human knowledge: the Knowledge Graph.

This helps visualize one key aspect of information meshes, though it has many limitations still. (It is only a graph, as the name suggests; as defined within Google it is only the part of the universal knowledge graph that they choose to bless as ‘clean’; it doesn’t include any data that they choose not to make publicly visible; and there is no higher level of structure to support a metric, or a multi-dimensional space).


I love to see how google works and what makes the algorithm tick… ty for sharing.

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