Freebase: A Shared Database of Structured General Human Knowledge

Kurt Bollacker, Robert Cook, Patrick Tufts

Freebase is a practical, scalable, graph-shaped database of structured general human knowledge, inspired by Semantic Web research and collaborative data communities such as the Wikipedia. Freebase allows public read and write access through an HTTP-based graph-query API for research, the creation and maintenance of structured data, and application building. Access is free and all data in Freebase has a very open (e.g. Creative Commons, GFDL) license.

Subjects: 8. Enabling Technologies; 11. Knowledge Representation

Submitted: Apr 23, 2007

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