Fact Extraction And Knowledge Graphs

    • Google Patents Context Vectors to Improve Search

      For example, a horse to a rancher is an animal. A horse to a carpenter is an implement of work. A horse to a gymnast is an implement on which to perform certain exercises. One of the limitations of information on the Web is that it is organized differently at each site on the Web. As a newly granted Google patent notes, there is no official catalog of information available on th ...

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  • The Evolution of Search

    … I just returned from a few days in Las Vegas and the Pubcon Conference. I had the chance to see some great presentations and talk to a number of interesting folks, and the company that I am the Director of Search Marketing at, Go Fish Digital won a US Search Award for Best Use of Search for Travel/Leisure, for a campaign we did for Reston Limo. I wanted to share my presentation from the conference here as well. If you have any questions, please let me know. Related …

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  • When Google Started Answering Factual Queries

    … potentially impacts sites offering products and services and information on the Web. A Google patent filed at the US Patent and Trademark Office in March of 2005, shortly before that “Just the Facts” Google blog post, was written when initial work was taking place on a Google Knowledge Graph, and it describes how Google first documented how…

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  • Open Data Commons Opportunities

    …, Ecosystems, Education, Energy, Finance, Health, Local Government, Manufacturing, Ocean, Public Safety, Science & Research. There’s some interesting discussion of Licensing, openness of data, and attribution in a blog post from the Open Knowledge Blog, titled Open Data: Openness and Licensing. There’s a lot more information available than just…

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  • Google on Crawling the Web of Data

    … an infobox like this one. Take-Aways This type of pattern-matching and extraction of facts is part of how Google uses the Web as a database of information. By extracting facts and storing them in a data repository, like Google’s knowledge graph, it makes those facts available as direct answers. Summary Article Name Google on Crawling the Web of Data…

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  • How Google was Corroborating Facts for Direct Answers

    … have been referring to such answers as “direct answers.” Google answering a direct question with a factual answer. A patent granted to Google this week describes how Google indexes data across the web, and may look to a large collection of facts (in a fact repository such as a knowledge graph) to check upon and verify such answers, so that it can…

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  • Google How To Snippets and Cooking with Semantics

    Watch more How to Make Cocktails videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/510358-How-to-Make-a-Sazerac-Cocktail-Recipes Learn how to make an old fashioned in this Howcast video about how to make cocktails. Recipe: 2 oz Rittenhouse Rye; 1 small bar spoon simple syrup; 2 dashes Angostura Bitters; 2 dashes orange bitters. Stir. Serve in a double rocks glass over large ice cube.

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  • Rich Snippets and Patterned Queries

    … snippets, Google’s Ramanthan provides one in this chat: Google’s Knowledge Graph makes an appearance in rich snippets, showing off both question-answering and query-answering in the same results. September 22, 2014 – Introducing Structured Snippets, now a part of Google Web Search Google Support Pages Of Patterns and Patents In response to a query…

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