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Structured Data News Round Up: September 1st, 2016

We’ve curated some of the big news surrounding structured data for the week to help you stay on top of changes and news:

Google pilots the “Search live coverage carousel”

Aaron Bradley outlines the features of the “Search Live Coverage Carousel” revealed on August 30th in the “Early Access and partner-only features” sections of Google search documentation.

Google Spam & Paid Links Reports Are Reviewed Manually By Googlers

Barry Schwartz writes, John Mueller responded to a question on Twitter this morning says all paid link spam reports are reviewed manually by humans at Google, i.e. Googlers.

New Google My Business New Access Map View

In more Google news, Google My Business quietly pushed out a new feature named “access map view.”

Google Structured Data Testing Tool Updated with Schema.org 3.1 Release

And, in even more Google news, webmasters can now validate schema.org 3.1 markup using the Google Structured Data Testing Tool.

Reuters aims to make it easier for publishers to use interactive data visualisations

Through a partnership with semantic technology company Graphiq, the news agency will provide interactive data visualisations for multiple types of coverage, including breaking news, sports and financial content.

Sapient, Luminoso Technologies Form AI Tech Partnership for Federal Clients

Sapient Government Services, said Tuesday Luminoso’s software utilizes natural language processing and machine learning to analyze text data and transform language into mathematical vectors using the ConceptNet open-source semantic knowledge base, which was developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Media Lab.

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