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Knowledge Base Population from Text and Graphs

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Extracting knowledge from Web pages, and integrating it into a knowledge base (KB) is a task that spans the areas of natural language processing, information extraction, databases and machine learning. Recent years have witnessed a proliferation of large-scale KBs in academia and industry. Most prominently, major search engine providers (Google, Microsoft Bing, and Yahoo!) now include KBs in their products. This talk discusses mining and growing of knowledge bases from two perspectives.

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