By leveraging Big Data & Semantic Web technologies we are building a high-quality knowledge-graph accessible via simple APIs on dandelion.eu.
The graph contains both common sense knowledge and vertical domain data (e.g. company information, healthcare, tourism...) sourced from hundreds of open and proprietary datasets.
B2B Lead Generation on over 6 million companies and more than 10 million people.
The only named entity extraction API that works even on very short and unstructured texts in English, French, German, Italian and Portuguese.
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We breathe bigdata, we think in graphs, we speak semantics.
We can help you to:
Mash-up private and Open Data sources with your data to discover new insights.
Re-think and improve the data management lifecycle in your organization.
Quickly (think days, not months!) prototype large scale data integration projects.
Implement Open Data strategies and campaigns.
Design, integrate and apply ontologies.
Leverage the hidden value in your data.
We added Dandelion API to the Open Refine Named-Entity Recognition extension developed by the awesome Free Your Metadata team.
Enrich, improve, analyze, contextualize your CSV and Excel data with semantic entities from DBpedia directly within Open Refine!
DBpedia is an international, open, collaborative effort to extract data from Wikipedia and make it available as Linked Data.
We developed and maintain the Italian DBpedia in collaboration with the Web of Data Unit of the Fondazione Bruno Kessler and several other contributors.
We developed Wikisearch: a semantic search API that helps you find the specific Wikipedia page you’re looking for.
If you don’t remember its exact title, or have only a vague remembrance that it relates to some specific topic, this is the API you are looking for!
EU FP7 research project to build a Linked Data infrastructure for biodiversity and environment protection in rural and European protected areas and National Parks.
EU FP7 project to make publishing and reuse of linked data as easy as possible for end user and data developers with data publishers, developers, and consumers along the value chain.
The STOM EU FP7 SMEs innovation project, will bring to the market recent state-of-the-art research results in semantic text annotation and semantic recommender systems.
We are code hackers, pixel stylists and obviously data lovers.
We all work together from Italy to build products you'll love.
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