Identifying Subjective Attributes Of Entities

subjective attributes manager

Identifying UGC Subjective Attributes Of Entities This recently granted patent is about identifying subjective attributes of entities. I haven’t seen a patent about subjective attributes of entities or responses to those entities. A critical aspect of it is that it is user-generated content. We get told that user-generated content (UGC) is becoming more common on … Read more

Generating Query Answers

query answers

This recently granted Google patent generally relates to generating query answers, and this patent also introduces the concept of Constraints to help answer queries. Using Constraints For Query Answers This patent asks questions about contents related to facts about entities that questions are getting added about. Documents about Using constraints for query answering are these: … Read more

Answering Queries With A Knowledge Graph

Answering Queries with a Knowledge Graph

How Do Knowledge Graphs And Search Work Together? There are at least a couple of processes that search and knowledge graphs can work together. Rewriting Queries – A search engine understands the data from apps on a mobile device and rewrites queries from that device using that data, which I explored in detail in the … Read more

An Image Content Analysis And A Geo-Semantic Index For Recommendations

Image Content Analysis

This Patent Uses A Image Content Analysis With A Geo-Semantic Index To Build Search Recommendations It’s interesting seeing Google combining Google Maps with a better understanding of the Semantic Composition of areas within that map, analyzing images from sources such as Streetview. This patent reminded me of another one recently granted to Google, which I … Read more

Rewritten Queries and User-Specific Knowledge Graphs

on-device rewritten queries

Rewritten Queries On Search Engines Using Mobile Devices People write queries for search engines to find answers that fill their situational or informational needs. A recently granted patent from Google describes how a search engine might provide rewritten queries for people searching using handheld mobile devices such as mobile phones. Queries are rewritten using annotations … Read more