Jun 8, 2012

Bing Gets Its Own Knowledge Graph Via Britannica Partnership
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Bing’s search results are getting a bit more informational thanks to a new partnershipwith Encyclopedia Britannica.They’re calling it “Britannica Online Encyclopedia Answers,” and it adds extra information about a search result right within the search results page. As the screenshots below show, it looks quite a bit like Google’s recently-launched Knowledge Graph feature, but there are some differences that I’ll mention below.
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