kglib - Grakn Knowledge Graph Library (ML R&D)

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To respond to these scenarios, KGLIB is the centre of all research projects conducted at Grakn Labs. In particular, its focus is on the integration of machine learning with the Grakn Knowledge Graph. More on this below, in Knowledge Graph Tasks. At present this repo contains one project: Knowledge Graph Convolutional Networks (KGCNs). Go there for more info on getting started with a working example.

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