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  1. 1. DBpedia state of affairs 8th DBpedia Meeting, Oct 27th 2016, Sunnyvale CA Dimitris Kontokostas, DBpedia Association & AKSW/KILT http://dbpedia.org
  2. 2. Contents - Technical updates - Overview & updates - What we’re busy with - Organizational updates - DBpedia Association - Support & funding
  3. 3. Contents - Technical updates - Overview - What we’re busy with - Organizational updates - DBpedia Association - Support & funding
  4. 4. 2016-04 Release (highlights) - 9.5 billion facts - 130 languages, Commons, Wikidata - Citations & cited facts (exp.) - Raw duplicate property cleanup - Wikidata-based view
  5. 5. Data Quality - 38% improvement in schema conformant data (2015-04 -> 2016-04) - Measured with RDFUnit - Major data cleanup processes - Mapping validation tool (RDFUnit & RML) ○ From 18h to 30s ○ Mapping refinements ○ Ontology cleanup
  6. 6. Data Access - Main SPARQL endpoint see here for details - Now 11M Hits/Day (09/16) - Fun fact: Hoteli Maestral one of our very high traffic users - DataID - DCAT / VOID ++ extension - Dynamic Download page - Statistics generation - Dockerization
  7. 7. NLP / NIF Corpus Provide NIF Corpus (text & links) with each release - Start with abstracts plan for whole page - Fact extraction challenges NIF: NLP Interchange Format (RDF vocabulary)
  8. 8. Other things we are busy with - Shortening time-to-release (~5 months) - Wikidata data transform & integration - Global (inter-wikipedia) pagerank (to be announced soon) - Github-based Backlinking (to be announced soon) - Mapping alignment (UPM) - Mapping discovery / inference & provenance
  9. 9. Integration of (other) sources (Immediate) Goals: - Unify data from all Wikimedia projects ○ Start by basing on Wikidata IDs ○ Mint our own IDs and go beyond Wikimedia - Company dataset (in progress) - Media, publishing, law & legislation (in discussion)
  10. 10. Contents - Technical updates - Overview & updates - What we’re busy with - Organizational updates - DBpedia Association - Support & funding
  11. 11. DBpedia Association (non-profit) - Founded in 2014 - Operational since January 2016 - Support from DBpedia founding members (Soeren, Chris & Kinsley) - Draft charter online http://wiki.dbpedia.org/dbpedia-association ○ All data published by the DBpedia Association should be made available free of charge under a license equivalent to CC-0 or CC-BY without further restriction on commercial use and redistribution.
  12. 12. Membership type Joined Applying Students 18 6 individual/Self-Employed 1 18 SME, Research Institute 1 2 Start-up/Small Research Group 4 Voluntary Payment Option for membership fee - Applicants can apply for reduction - Board approval needed - Fees are reduced to 20€ per year - Member can pay full fee voluntarily DBpedia Members
  13. 13. Association goals (for 2017) - Official language & topic chapters - E.g. Dutch, German, Media, Law & Legislation, ... - Better community synchronization - Improve services and secure funding
  14. 14. Funding (Why) http://wiki.dbpedia.org/why-is-dbpedia-so-important - Basic side-financing via H2020 and German national funding for - Core staff - Some event & PR - However: - no funding for hosting - no sustainable funding (bound to projects) - Services are stable, but lot’s of “what if’s” We need organisations to join and provide support, links, backlinks & data.
  15. 15. Funding (What) - Increase quality of hosting and data - Provide support for community issues - Better publicity and exploitation - Merge community contributions - Systematically develop & improve DBpedia’s public data, software and services
  16. 16. Funding Strategies 4 main strategies developed during the DBpedia board discussion: ● Public fundraising (donation campaigns) ● Direct fundraising (direct company contact) ● Membership fees ● Community/Project fundraising (i.e. H2020, COST, ITN) Would love to hear your ideas to make DBpedia self-sustainable
  17. 17. Thank you for your attention! Questions? (Available until Tuesday to meet & discuss / ping me!!!) More information: http://dbpedia.org Join as a member: http://dbpedia.org/membership Slide contributions by Julia Holze & Sebastian Hellmann
  • valeria.depaiva

    Oct. 31, 2016

DBpedia state of affairs presentation at 8th DBpedia meeting in Sunnyvale / Yahoo OCt 27th 2016

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