When searching Google, through voice or otherwise, it’s handy to know that city capitals, basic math calculations, song lyrics and even diseases are among the things that Google’s Knowledge Graph helps you find details on quickly through the use of special information cards. The Knowledge Graph is already, well, quite knowledgable, but now it is learning one more trick: how to make your favorite cocktails.
The cards break down the cocktails into the main alcohol, followed by ingredients. Preparation steps, how it is served (on rocks, etc), the garnish used and the drinkware it is placed in. While not every drink I could think of came up with a card, generally all common drinks did. The latest addition to Knowledge Graph might not be handy for everyone, but it is still a welcome addition for those of us amateur mixologists looking for a few tips on how to serve up some booze more creativitely than just handing everyone shot glasses.
Google continues to rapidly expand the Knowledge Graph’s database with new info, and so we can’t only wonder what they’ll add next. What else would you like to see from the Knowledge Graph that isn’t offered already?