by Jim September 3, 2019 I had a fantastic chat this week with Dixon Jones at Majestic where we discussed entity search and why there is a bias in Google’s knowledge graph. While this is fantastic for those trying to sell people things, it doesn’t bode well for those seeking answers to research. What I learned What is entity search? Why fringe knowledge will be erased Popularity is great for selling If you’re looking for answers, Google may not be the best place Transcript Hey, welcome back, Rankers. I`m having an awesome week. I spoke to Dixon Jones last week of majestic.com, the global brand ambassador, many of you know him, he does lots of other things as well, but we had some great conversations. We`ll be bringing those out in a couple of podcasts soon. But we were discussing entities and Dixon wrote a paper during the week about entity search and how there is an inherent bias in the Google knowledge base. I`m sorry, the Google knowledge graph, given why it`s been created. Now for those of you who don`t want to go into the whole thing about learning about entity search, think of it this way. Think… Read full this story
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