A Google user recently pointed out that Jesus doesn’t get his own “knowledge graph” when you search his name.
A knowledge graph is the little box at the top of Google searches that gives brief details about who the searched person is.
The kind of thing you’ll see if you search Muhammed.
Apparently, Jesus doesn’t get his own knowledge graph result, but other prominent religious figures like Muhammad, Moses, and Buddha do.
Well, I wouldn’t put it past them, but no. Once again, just relax everyone.
“You won’t find a graph for Vishnu, the Supreme God of Vaishnavism, one of the three main sects of Hinduism or Shiva, another popular Hindu deity. You won’t find a graph for Kirshna either.
“There’s no knowledge graph for God, Allah, or Yahweh either. What do Jesus, Vishnu, Allah, and these left-out entities have in common?
“They’re all God, or gods. Sure, Jesus Christ is also believed to be a human, the son of God. But in Christian teachings, Jesus is also God himself. It looks like Google is simply shying away from assigning any sort of god their own knowledge graph.”