DBpedia Blog

  • DBpedia Workshop at LDAC

    June 25, 2020
    More than 90 DBpedia enthusiasts joined the DBpedia Workshop colocated with LDAC2020. On June 19, 2020 we organized a DBpedia workshop co-located with the LDAC workshop series to exchange knowledge regarding new technologies and innovations in the fields of Linked Data and Semantic Web. This workshop series provides a … read more
  • GSoC2020 – Call for Contribution

    March 10, 2020
    James: Sherry with the soup, yes… Oh, by the way, the same procedure as last year, Miss Sophie? Miss Sophie: Same procedure as every year, James. …and we are proud of it. We are very grateful to be accepted as an open-source organization in this years’  Google Summer of … read more
  • ImageSnippets and DBpedia

    December 18, 2019
     by Margaret Warren  The following post introduces to you ImageSnippets and how this tool profits from the use of DBpedia. ImageSnippets – A Tool for Image Curation For over two decades, ImageSnippets has been evolving as an ontology and data-driven framework for image annotation research. Representing the informal knowledge people … read more
  • Join the Tutorial at LDK Conference 2021!

    We took the opportunity to organize a DBpedia Tutorial at the LDK Conference 2021 in Zaragoza (Spain) on September 1, 2021.

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  • New Prototype: Databus Collection Feature

    November 14, 2019
    We are thrilled to announce that our Databus Collection Feature for the DBpedia Databus has been developed and is now available as a prototype. It simplifies the way to bundle your data and use it in your application. A new Databus Collection Feature? How come, and how does it … read more
  • Better late than never – GSOC 2019 recap & outlook GSoC 2020

    November 8, 2019
    Pinky: Gee, Brain, what are we gonna do this year? Brain: The same thing we do every year, Pinky. Taking over GSoC. And, this is exactly what we did. We had been accepted as one of 206 open source organizations to participate in Google Summer of Code (GSoC) again. … read more
  • GlobalFactSync and WikiDataCon2019

    October 24, 2019
    We will be spending the next three days in Berlin at WikidataCon 2019, the conference for open data enthusiasts. From October 24th till 26th we will be presenting the latest developments and first results of our work in the GlobalFactSyncRE-Project.  Short Project Intro Funded by the Wikimedia Foundation, the … read more
  • One Billion derived Knowledge Graphs

    October 2, 2019
    … by and for Consumers until 2025 One Billion – what a mission! We are proud to announce that the DBpedia Databus website at https://databus.dbpedia.org and the SPARQL API at https://databus.dbpedia.org/(repo/sparql|yasgui) (docu) are in public beta now! The system is usable (eat-your-own-dog-food tested) following a “working software over comprehensive … read more
  • More than 50 DBpedia enthusiasts joined the Community Meeting in Karlsruhe.

    September 19, 2019
    SEMANTiCS is THE leading European conference in the field of semantic technologies and the platform for professionals who make semantic computing work, and understand its benefits and know its limitations. Following, we will give you a brief retrospective about the presentations. Opening Session Katja Hose – “Querying the web … read more
  • SEMANTiCS 2019 Interview: Katja Hose

    August 29, 2019
    Today’s post features an interview with our DBpedia Day keynote speaker Katja Hose, a Professor of Computer Science at Aalborg University, Denmark. In this Interview, Katja talks about increasing the reliability of Knowledge Graph Access as well as her expectations for SEMANTiCS 2019.  Prior to joining Aalborg University, Katja was a … read more
  • SEMANTiCS Interview: Dan Weitzner

    August 20, 2019
    As the upcoming 14th DBpedia Community Meeting, co-located with SEMANTiCS 2019 in Karlsruhe, Sep 9-12, is drawing nearer, we like to take that opportunity to introduce you to our DBpedia keynote speakers. Today’s post features an interview with Dan Weitzner from WPSemantix who talks about timbr-DBpedia, which we blogged … read more