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Jan 28, 2022

The structure of the Google Knowledge Graph ID

What do Google KG IDs look like and what do they encode?

The Google Knowledge Graph is a large knowledge base containing facts about people, places, books, and other kinds of entities. Some examples of Google Knowledge Graph entities include:

  • /m/0dl567 — Taylor Swift
  • /m/02_286 — New York City
  • /m/030q7 — FIFA World Cup
  • /m/045c7b — Google
  • /g/11j48g0yyn —The Matrix Resurrections

Every entity in the Google Knowledge Graph has a unique ID, also known as an MID which stands for "machine identifier". These IDs have the same format and all begin with either /m/0 or /g/1 followed by the base-32 representation of an auto-incrementing numeric ID.

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