The DBpedia Association has built up an extensive network of international members comprising representatives from industry and academia. All DBpedia members support and encourage DBpedia and actively use the Open Knowledge Graph to enrich their datasets. Take a closer look at the DBpedia members.
Since 2007 DBpedia has been the leading community in extracting, compiling, querying, linking and publishing quality-controlled knowledge graphs. On top of it applications enabling enrichment, AI, data exploration and curation have been built together with the expertise of our memers. Become a DBpedia member now and join the network of pioneers.
The DBpedia Association has built up an extensive network of international members comprising representatives from industry and academia. Find out more about the experts advising us.
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The DBpedia community works hard to localize and internationalize DBpedia and to support the extraction of non-English Wikipedia editions. Dedicated data communities manage specific DBpedia chapters for a certain language, region or special interest. At the moment, DBpedia has around 20 language chapters which are concerned with improving the extraction of data from language-specific Wikipedia versions. The chapters are part of the DBpedia executives who sustainably contribute to the infrastructure of DBpedia. Check out more details here.