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huffingtonpost:

Google Knowledge Graph Could Make Clicking Unnecessary
Rather than having to visit the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s website to learn more about the architect, Google will use Knowledge Graph to showcase biographical details about the architect on its own website, serving up his birthdate, spouse, children and images of his most famous buildings (See screenshot below). Of course, it’s just a cursory glance at the architect — but one that might satisfy many.

huffingtonpost:

Google Knowledge Graph Could Make Clicking Unnecessary

Rather than having to visit the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s website to learn more about the architect, Google will use Knowledge Graph to showcase biographical details about the architect on its own website, serving up his birthdate, spouse, children and images of his most famous buildings (See screenshot below). Of course, it’s just a cursory glance at the architect — but one that might satisfy many.

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    Google going back to making search awesome.
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    Hey, great way to decrease sites’ traffic, Google. Good job.
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    I can’t wait till I see it horribly abused and exploited.
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    A pal of ours who used to work at Google-acquired startup Apture called this the “Tristan Harris feature” earlier today....
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