Today Google has launched a new search service called Knowledge Graph, which the search giant has created to make it easier to discover new information quickly and easily about things and already has over 3.5 billion facts in its index.
Google Knowledge Graph has been created to enable users to search for people, places or anything that might be in Google massive index of data, and receive information that is more relevant to your search term. By understanding the words that are in your search phrase and how they relate to each other.
Google explains the new Google Knowledge Graph system in detail in the video below, and has been created to enhance Google’s search facility in three ways: Find the right thing, getting the best summary and allow you to deeper and broader. Google explains:
“Google’s Knowledge Graph isn’t just rooted in public sources such as Freebase, Wikipedia and the CIA World Factbook. It’s also augmented at a much larger scale—because we’re focused on comprehensive breadth and depth. It currently contains more than 500 million objects, as well as more than 3.5 billion facts about and relationships between these different objects. And it’s tuned based on what people search for, and what we find out on the web.”
Google has started gradually rolling out the new Knowledge Graph U.S. English users, and will soon make it available on smartphones and tablets.