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Google's Knowledge Graph vs. Twitter's Interest Graph

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Google's Knowledge Graph is emerging as one of the new technologies from Google that will influence the future of search. It was a popular topic at last week's I/O Google Developer Conference. David Berkowitz from writes on [URL="http://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/178129/the-interest-graph-vs-the-knowledge-graph.html"]MediaPost[/URL] about the Knowledge Graph vs. the Interest Graph in a very interesting and insightful article about both of these new technologies that will greatly influence the future of the web, search and social media. "Even if the Knowledge Graph is just a fancy word for making search results relevant, Google’s new version of its Android operating system will tap the Knowledge Graph for answers to “questions about traffic, sports scores, and general information,” according to Silicon Alley Insider’s [URL="http://www.businessinsider.com/google-just-declared-war-on-these-20-products-2012-6?op=1"]I/O roundup[/URL]. The Knowledge Graph, featuring a database of more than 500 million entries with more than 3.5 billion attributes collectively, may well be important for Google’s future." While the Knowledge Graph is about search, Twitter's Interest Graph will lend itself towards advertisers, allowing them to target their ads towards Twitter users that have those interests. [LEFT][COLOR=#000000]
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