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Google Is Shutting Down Knowledge Graph Source Freebase

Google Is Shutting Down Knowledge Graph Source Freebase

By Chris Crum

When Google first announced the Knowlege Graph, it named Freebase as one of its primary sources of structured data. It was named as one several public sources of information, which also included Wikipedia and the CIA World Factbook. Google announced that it will be closing Freebase, and moving toward ...

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