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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. Commercial-Quality Commonsense Knowledge 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. Powering the Freebase Economy :BaseKB, our tool for accessing Freebase data in RDF makes it possible to query Freebase data with simple SPARQL queries. The Ookaboo RDF Dump contains metadata for nearly 950,000 photos of more than 500,000 linked data concepts -- the Oookaboo RDF dump can be used in conjunction with :BaseKB, Freebase, or DBpedia. Contact us if you're concerned about the cost, risk, and time-to-market of projects involving Linked Data.


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Starting from $0.99/hr or from $499.00/yr (94% savings) for software + AWS usage fees

The Dbpedia Foundation is an international program to extract data from Wikipedia into a machine readable form. Dbpedia 2016-04 is a vast improvement over previous data sets, but it's also much larger, with over 1 billion facts from the English Wikipedia alone. Traditional SPARQL endpoints, such...

Linux/Unix, Ubuntu 14.04LTS - 64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI)

Starting from $0.70 to $2.80/hr for software + AWS usage fees

With over 1.3 billion facts about 40 million subjects, this distribution of Freebase data lets you do SPARQL 1.1 queries with the Open Source edition of OpenLink Virtuoso 7.2.1 running on Ubuntu 14.04 Linux

Linux/Unix, Debian Ubuntu 14.04LTS - 64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI)

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