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
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
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
Join the Tutorial at the Knowledge Graph Conference!
We took the opportunity to organize a DBpedia Tutorial at the Knowledge Graph Conference 2021 on May 4, 2021.
How is data edited in Wikipedia/Wikidata? Where does it come from? And how can we synchronize it globally? The GlobalFactSync (GFS) Project — funded by the Wikimedia Foundation — started in June 2019 and has two goals: Answer the above-mentioned three questions. Build an information system to synchronize facts … read more
With timbr, WPSemantix and the DBpedia Association launch the first SQL Semantic Knowledge Graph that integrates Wikipedia and Wikidata Knowledge into SQL engines. In part three of DBpedia’s growth hack blog series, we feature timbr, the latest development at DBpedia in collaboration with WPSemantix. Read on to find out … read more
*UPDATE* – We are now 5 weeks in our growth hack. Read on below to find out how it all started. Click here to follow up on each of our milestones. A growth hack – how come? Things have gone a bit quiet around DBpedia. No new releases, no … read more