by Kingsley Idehen (OpenLink Software) and Sebastian Hellmann (DBpedia Association) Since 2007, we’ve been extracting, mapping and linking content from Wikipedia into what is generally known as the DBpedia Snapshot that provided the kernel for what is known today as the LOD Cloud Knowledge Graph. Today, we are launching … read more
Like every year DBpedia is again a part of the Google Summer of Code project. We got many applications this year. Out of these applications 10 great projects from students all over the world were selected. We are excited to see them working further on their projects! In the … read more
Congratulations! You made it! You are selected as one of our GSoC students, who will work with DBpedia during the summer of 2021. In the following we will introduce how you can get in contact with the DBpedia community, the developers and your great mentors. Keep reading 😉 Student … read more
DBpedia PhD Symposium
Join our DBpedia PhD Symposium at the Data Week Leipzig on July 6, 2022!
DBpedia evolves with the innovative and active use of its community members who constantly create the emerging DBpedia-related material. We value the efforts of contributing open data, tools and services for a shared reuse and application by the whole DBpedia community. Therefore, we have created a platform where all your … read more
Since the beginning of DBpedia, there was always a strong consensus in the community, that one of the goals of DBpedia was to feed semantic knowledge back into Wikipedia again to improve its structure and data quality. It was a topic of many discussions over the years how to … read more
We are proud to announce the completion of the new DBpedia website. We used the New Year’s break as an opportunity to alter layout, design and content of the DBpedia website, according to the requirements of the DBpedia community and DBpedia members. We’ve created a new site to better … read more