Grants:IdeaLab/Building a Knowledge Graph over WikiPedia
What is the problem you're trying to solve?Edit
What problem are you trying to solve by doing this project? This problem should be small enough that you expect it to be completely or mostly resolved by the end of this project. Remember to review the tutorial for tips on how to answer this question.
Disconnected and Disjointed Reading / Reflecting Experience in Wikipedia.
What is your solution?Edit
For the problem you identified in the previous section, briefly describe your how you would like to address this problem. We recognize that there are many ways to solve a problem. We’d like to understand why you chose this particular solution, and why you think it is worth pursuing. Remember to review the tutorial for tips on how to answer this question.
Build a Wikipedia Knowledge Chain or Knowledge Graph using the concepts of Blockchain, Hashgraph, Directed Acyclic Graph and Zero Knowledge Proofs.
What are your goals for this project? Your goals should describe the top two or three benefits that will come out of your project. These should be benefits to the Wikimedia projects or Wikimedia communities. They should not be benefits to you individually. Remember to review the tutorial for tips on how to answer this question.
Seamless Cognitive Cartography over Wikipedia Knowledge Graph.
About the idea creatorEdit
Founder of EPIC Knowledge Society. Inventor of TruthChain concept. Inventor of Fractal based Bloom Filter Datastructure. Founder of Resonance Science Society. Founder of INFINITY LABS Network. Quantum Computing Engineer.
- Advisor I would live to architect and advise the team which will work on this idea. Gbalex (talk) 19:41, 7 February 2018 (UTC)
Expand your ideaEdit
Would a grant from the Wikimedia Foundation help make your idea happen? You can expand this idea into a grant proposal.
No funding needed?Edit
Does your idea not require funding, but you're not sure about what to do next? Not sure how to start a proposal on your local project that needs consensus? Contact Chris Schilling on-wiki at I JethroBT (WMF) (talk · contribs) or via e-mail at cschilling wikimedia.org for help!