(1) The development of a knowledge base that supersedes Google's Knowledge Graph. Derived from all the content on the Internet, the data in the Knowledge Vault are structured as Triples (see RDF) and assigned a confidence score based on a trust algorithm. Announced in 2014, Google claimed the Vault contained more than a billion facts, approximately a sixth of which was rated as very confident. See Knowledge Graph and Semantic Web.
(2) (KnowledgeVault) A service from Mocaworks, Vancouver, WA, that organizes a company's information into a knowledge base for more efficient searches. For more information, visit www.knowledgevault.com.