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Building Knowledge Base through Deep Learning Relation Extraction and Wikidata

@inproceedings{Subasic2019BuildingKB,
  title={Building Knowledge Base through Deep Learning Relation Extraction and Wikidata},
  author={Pero Subasic and Hongfeng Yin and Xiao Lin},
  booktitle={AAAI Spring Symposium: Combining Machine Learning with Knowledge Engineering},
  year={2019}
}
Many AI agent tasks require domain specific knowledge graph (KG) that is compact and complete. We present a methodology to build domain specific KG by merging output from deep learning-based relation extraction from free text and existing knowledge database such as Wikidata. We first form a static KG by traversing knowledge database constrained by domain keywords. Very large high-quality training data set is then generated automatically by matching Common Crawl data with relation keywords… 
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