On Content Graphs

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“COVID-19 graph of Wikidata” by Csisc, CC BY 4.0 What is a Content Graph? A Content Graph is essentially a Knowledge Graph (KG) with content attached, or a content-centric KG. So if a KG is a network of concepts and their relationships, a Content Graph is expanded to include content related to those concepts (and other metadata from the content, like authors). Google provides a well-known example of how KGs are used for information discovery: Image composed from search for “optics” on google.com, accessed 1 June 2023 In this example, the search for “optics” provides two kinds of results: on the left, the familiar list of links to, and short descriptions of, websites that correspond to my search.