Fact Extraction And Knowledge Graphs

  • Google’s Related Questions Patent or ‘People Also Ask’ Questions

    … When you search at Google, the answers you receive sometimes now include additional questions, that often have the label above them, “People Also Ask.” I was curious if I might be able to find a patent about these questions, and I saw that they were sometimes referred to as “related questions.” An article at Moz today on the topic…

    Bill Slawski/ SEO by the Sea- 27 readers -
  • Entities in the Google Knowledge Graph Search API for Google

    … The Google Knowledge Graph Search API on a query for Google shows the following Entities and results scores for them. I thought they were diverse enough to be interesting and worth sharing. A couple of the ones listed seem odd, such as the Indian Action movie. “Thuppakki” and the Town in Kansas,”Topeka.” We are told by Google that “Results…

    Bill Slawski/ SEO by the Sea- 15 readers -
  • Google Patents Context Vectors to Improve Search

    …. It then goes on to provide a possible solution to this problem, with a “data extraction tool” capable of providing many of the benefits of both search engines and directories, without the drawbacks that this patent points out. Is this The Google Search Engine with RankBrain Inside? A search engine based on a data extraction tool like the one described…

    Bill Slawski/ SEO by the Seain Google- 22 readers -
  • 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 …

    Bill Slawski/ SEO by the Sea- 29 readers -
  • 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…

    Bill Slawski/ SEO by the Seain Google- 30 readers -
  • Open Data Commons Opportunities

    … There are a lot of Government Web sites that have made the data that they collect and compile freely available to the public. The licenses that data has been released under are described on the following Pages: ODC Public Domain Dedication and License (PDDL) Open Data Commons Open Database License (ODbL) Open Data Commons Attribution License…

    Bill Slawski/ SEO by the Sea- 16 readers -
  • Google on Crawling the Web of Data

    A pantent granted to Google this past fall explores how the search engine looks for patterns on Web pages to use to find facts on the Web to fill up Google’s data repository (Knowledge Base). An image from a local park in Carlsbad symbolizing the Sun. I recently wrote a series of posts about Google collecting data to enable them to answer Direct answers.

    Bill Slawski/ SEO by the Sea- 21 readers -
  • How Google was Corroborating Facts for Direct Answers

    When someone searches the web, and asks a question such as “what is the capital of Poland” or “what is the birth date of George Washington” a web search engine such as Google may not be very helpful in providing an answer if it provides a list of web pages that might answer that query instead of an actual answer.

    Bill Slawski/ SEO by the Sea- 14 readers -
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