Yes, Google uses information from the Knowledge Graph in its Search Generative Experience Results.
Google’s Knowledge Graph provides information for Search Generative Experience results. Google displays a small card titled “From Google: Google’s Knowledge Graph provided information for this overview.” An example is shown below.
Manual research by the Kalicube Team indicate that, as at October 2023, the facts provided by the Knowledge Graph are limited to birth place for Person Entities and date and founded date and place for Corporation Entities.
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