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Computational knowledge: Wikidata, Wikidata query Service, and women who are mayors!
One of the main aims of Wikidata is to represent knowledge in a way that is computable—that is, amenable to automatic processing. Wikipedia already contains a lot of information; much of it is reasonably easy for a human to understand—though some of the more esoteric bits are decidedly not—but it’s not at all readily crunchable by a computer.
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March 24, 2020Trey Jones
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