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Data to power AI

10 M topics with Billions of properties

We think we might have the largest and most capable knowledge graph in the world, latently waiting for someone to use for their AI investment.

Do you have a vision, ambition, and means to enter or catalyze AI? If so contact us.

We sit on the data which Google bought from Freebase in 2016 and later hastily took down from public access to drive what is today their AI. But what we have is much better than what Google bought.


Our data in short

  • Over ten million topics
  • Billions of properties and relations
  • Crawler logic ready to further expand on the graph from the Internet


Unique and ready for AI

  • We have all of Freebase (bought by Google in 2016) in our own knowledge graph with an improved data model.
  • We have scripted and imported Wikipedia and Wikidata, making both sources to structured data expanding the original Freebase data.
  • We have sent our own developed crawler onto the Internet to crawl web pages, leveraging our large graphs data and relations.

Context to offering our data to You

Our original vision was to create a globally accessible, free, unique knowledge and earning environment, where our unique data would enable exploring and finding the collective knowledge of mankind without much background knowledge needed. With AI exploding, we realize that our data should be used by the right actor with the right means to drive an AI project. Selling that data would enable us to pursue our own mission of bringing knowledge to the world with unique user experiences, leveraging relationship data for knowledge and 3D environments.

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