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Google Watches Its Language - 'Net Briefs

Posted on 12.31.2012

Looks like someone at Google invested in Rosetta Stone, as the company recently announced that its Knowledge Graph project is now available in a number of new languages, including French, Italian, Russian and Japanese. Until now, Knowledge Graph was only available in English, although it already saw use in English-speaking countries outside of the U.S. With the addition of these new language capabilities, the company took a big step toward globalizing its project and, eventually, coming up with a more intelligent and inclusive search experience.

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