MakeUseOf: How to Claim Your Google Knowledge Panel . “To claim your Google Knowledge Panel, you’ll need to be verified on Google. This is primarily because Google wants to ascertain that you are the authentic owner or authorized representative of the entity featured in the panel. In this article, you will learn how to get verified on Google, so you can claim your Google Knowledge Panel.” Note that organizations have knowledge panels as well as people, and this article applies to them as well.
PubMed: Inaccuracies in Google’s Health-Based Knowledge Panels Perpetuate Widespread Misconceptions Involving Infectious Disease Transmission
PubMed: Inaccuracies in Google’s Health-Based Knowledge Panels Perpetuate Widespread Misconceptions Involving Infectious Disease Transmission. “Google health-based Knowledge Panels were designed to provide users with high-quality basic medical information on a specific condition. However, any errors contained within Knowledge Panels could result in the widespread distribution of inaccurate health information. We explored the potential for inaccuracies to exist within Google’s health-based Knowledge Panels by focusing on a single well-studied pathogen, Ebola virus (EBOV).”
Google Blog: Get verified to manage your presence on Google. “When you search for well-known people, organizations and things on Google, you’ll often come across a Knowledge Panel on the results page—a box with an overview of key information and links to resources to help you go deeper. Individuals and organizations with Knowledge Panels can use our verification process to claim their panels and provide authoritative feedback on the information and images presented. Now we’re updating that process as well as extending verification eligibility to more entities.”