Re: YAGO knowledge base now open source


That's good news.  I just tried to access a random concept (Costa Rica)
using the URL:

This redirected to:

and gave me a 'web site under maintenance' response.  Yet the sample
queries seem to be working quite happily.  Is this a temporary glitch?



On 2017-09-01 7:35 AM, Fabian M. Suchanek wrote:
> Dear Semantic Web community,
> YAGO is a large general-purpose knowledge base derived from Wikipedia
> and other sources. It contains more than 10 million entities (like
> persons, organizations, cities, etc.) and more than 120 million
> facts about these entities. It also contains time and space information,
> and unifies data from Wikipedias in 11 languages. YAGO is available for
> free at
> We are happy to announce that the source code of YAGO is now available
> as well as open source under the GPL v3 license. This allows everybody
> to use the extraction code, and also to contribute to YAGO. 
> Please find the GitHub link here:
> Sincerely,
> the YAGO team
> at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics 
> and Télécom ParisTech University
> .

*Richard Light*

Received on Friday, 1 September 2017 11:09:01 UTC