Google Knowledge Graph is an awesome feature that shows you information about whatever you searched instead of just providing links. Whether it’s a location, a film, or a car, you’ll get all the important information right at the top of your search across all devices. It’s incredibly useful, and Google is working on expanding on the feature.
The next step is health information. Since 1 in 20 searches is about health or a disease, Google has been working on bringing this info to the knowledge graph. This information has been looked over by a team of doctors from both Google and the Mayo Clinic to make sure it’s accurate. And though you shouldn’t take serious medical advice from the internet, this should be a big help.
The feature will start rolling out in the U.S. within the next few days and will only support English for now, but it will be expanded eventually. What do you think of this feature? And do you Google health ailments often? Leave a comment!