DBpedia Archive

Category: Member feature

  • Can Machine Translation be a Reasonable Alternative for Multilingual Question Answering Systems over Knowledge Graphs?

    September 20, 2022
    Spoiler alert: yes it can! TLDR Providing access to information is the main and most important purpose of the Web. Despite available easy-to-use tools (e.g., search engines, question answering) the accessibility is typically limited by the capability of using the English language.  In this work, we evaluate Knowledge Graph … read more
  • From voice to value using AI

    April 19, 2022
    DBpedia Member Feature – Over the last year we gave DBpedia members multiple chances to present their work, tools and applications. In this way, our members gave exclusive insights on the DBpedia blog. This time we will continue with Wallscope, who supports both organisational goals, improves existing processes and embed … read more
  • Data Virtualization: From Graphs to Tables and Back

    January 26, 2022
    Ontotext believes you should be able to connect your data with the knowledge graph regardless of where that data lives on the internet or what format it happens to be in. GraphDB’s data virtualization opens your graph to the wider semantic web and to relational databases. DBpedia Member Feature – … read more
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  • How Innovative Organizations Use The World’s Largest Knowledge Graph

    November 9, 2021
    DBpedia Member Features – Over the last year we gave DBpedia members multiple chances to present their work, tools and applications. In this way, our members gave exclusive insights on the DBpedia blog. This time we will continue with Diffbot, a California-based company whose mission is to “extract knowledge in … read more
  • Bringing Linked Data to the Domain Expert with TriplyDB Data Stories

    October 8, 2021
    DBpedia Member Features – Over the last year we gave DBpedia members multiple chances to present their work, tools and applications. In this way, our members gave exclusive insights on the DBpedia blog. This time we will continue with Triply, a Dutch company. They will introduce TriplyDB and data stories … read more
  • WordLift – Building Knowledge Graphs for SEO

    July 5, 2021
    DBpedia Member Features – Over the last year we gave our DBpedia members multiple chances to present their work, tools and applications. In this way, our members gave exclusive insights on the DBpedia blog. This time we will continue with WordLift. They will show us how they help companies speak … read more
  • ContextMinds: Concept mapping supported by DBpedia

    April 16, 2021
    Contribution from Marek Dudáš (Prague University of Economics and Business – VŠE) ContextMinds is a tool that combines two ideas: concept mapping and knowledge graphs. What’s concept mapping? With a bit of simplification, when you take a small subgraph of not more than a few tens of nodes from a knowledge graph (kg) and visualize it with the classic node-link (or “bubbles … read more
  • Structure mining with DBpedia

    February 23, 2021
    DBpedia Member Features – Last year we gave DBpedia members the chance to present special products, tools and applications on the DBpedia blog. We have already published several posts in which our members provided unique insights. This week we will continue with Wallscope, they will show how you can … read more
  • Why Data Centricity Is Key To Digital Transformation

    February 17, 2021
    DBpedia Member Features – Last year we gave DBpedia members the chance to present special products, tools and applications on the DBpedia blog. We have already published several posts in which our members provided unique insights. This week we will continue with eccenca. They will explain why companies struggle … read more
  • Linked Data projects at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Network Institute

    February 8, 2021
    DBpedia Member Features – Last year we gave DBpedia members the chance to present special products, tools and applications on the DBpedia blog. We have already published several posts in which our members provided unique insights. This week we will continue with the Network Institute (NI) of VU Amsterdam. … read more