When will we all get Google’s Knowledge Graph?

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According to the announcement of Google we know that Google's Knowledge Graph is going to be available to the English-speaking Countries by tomorrow. But when will it be available for the other language uses?

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When will we all get Google’s Knowledge Graph?

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Hallo Susan,

The knowledge graph should be available in other languages already but since Google is launching the knowledge graph it will be available in English. But I am pretty sure that soon enough it will be available in the different languages spoken all over the world.

But for those who might want to use the Google's knowledge graph at a time like this when it might not be available in other languages apart from English, other important Google features like the Google Translate might come in handy. The knowledge graph is an anticipated feature and it will not take long before it is available in different languages.

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Carl

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When will we all get Google’s Knowledge Graph?

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The Google Knowledge Graph is a knowledge base that is integrated or built-in to the Google search engine to have a visually appealing and intuitive graphical presentation of information related to queries. It classifies data for presentation on what it calls entities which include organizations, individuals, works of art, places, movies, sports teams, and so on.

The information comes from both licensed and freely available sources including the Wikipedia, CIA World Factbook, and Freebase. The Google Knowledge Graph was launched in May 16, 2012 beginning in the United States with a base of around 3.5 billion facts linked to 500 million entities.

By December 2012, the knowledge base had grown to include 570 million entities with 18 billion facts linked to them and the search engine can identify three times as many queries as it had in the beginning. When a search engine identifies a query associated to an entity in the knowledge base, to the right of the search results is a panel that presents information regarding the subject as well as images, important facts, and related searches including links to further discover the subject.

There is a feature called carousel that provides images of related entities on top of the search results. When it is clicked, the panel to the right of the search results will change and will display their information. The Google Knowledge Graph is available for use on tablets, Smartphones, desktop computers, and notebooks.

On December 4, 2012, the Google Knowledge Graph was introduced in seven more languages namely German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Russian, French, and Portuguese.

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