Google announced the launch of Knowledge Graph, a search engine functionality which will help users discover more rapidly and easily new information, which will now be available in Romanian.
With Knowledge Graph, Google has created a pattern that understands real-world entities and the relations between these entities, unlike before when during the search process, there was just a correlation of key words and interrogations.
Google Graph is based on the internet collective knowledge, being the first step to the new-generation search.
Knowledge Graph is based on public sources such as Freebase, Wikipedia and CIA World Factbook but also comprises over 570 million elements – people, places, works, objects and over 18 billion concrete data and relations between these diverse objects.
Knowledge Graph will be available for smartphones and tablets.
In picture: Dan Bulucea, CEO of Google Romania