WordLift is an innovative startup based in Rome whose mission is to transform the Web into digital libraries. After several years in the making, it combined semantic technologies and natural language processing in one product to help publishers engage their audiences through data.
WordLift turns WordPress into a semantic CMS, creating a Knowledge Graph for blogs and websites.
How does it work?
WordLift uses natural language processing to detect and disambiguate entities in the text.
The knowledge graph is published as linked data and is used to:
organize the content of the website,
provide meaningful content recommendations to readers,
add machine readable metadata.
Developers can run expressive and powerful SPARQL queries across the knowledge graph and create smart agents and bots.
WordLift data is automatically interlinked with DBpedia, Freebase, Wikidata or any other dataset provided by the user.