Google today rolled out its Knowledge Graph search tool in Sweden, showing information instantly in the sidebar although the company does not provide any information that when it would be actually available on the web.
“This is an important first step in building the next generation of search that uses the collective intelligence of the web and understand the world a little more like people do,” Google said in a blog post today.
The Knowledge Graph search tool includes the “fact box” in the sidebar, along with offering a wealth of additional information. For quick queries, say such as on finding out the population of Gothenburg, the search tool will dig down into Google’s various search results.
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