Generic databases, such as DBpedia and Freebase, document concepts that people think, speak and write about. With rich knowledge of many specific things, they are complimentary to the top-down approach to the commonsense domain taken by Cyc and SUMO.
Next-generation web sites, user interfaces, IR, text analysis and text synthesis systems will depend on high-quality, curated, commonsense knowledge. Infovore, our open source ETL platform, uses parallel processing to purify and transform data at a rate orders of magnitude faster than conventional RDF tools.
:BaseKB, our tool for accessing Freebase data in RDF makes it possible to query Freebase data with simple SPARQL queries. Our toolkit and data set tools, combined with other best-of-breed products from our partners, provide the platform you need to create your own Enterprise Knowledge Graph.
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