Is DBPedia a crowd-sourced project or an automatic KB extraction?

DBPedia has so many chapters in several languages and also has mapping-based predicates and raw infobox properties. However it's said DBPedia is a community effort for extracting structured information from wikipedialike this but many row properties are not reasonable at all, especially in localized datasets. have all properties produced by human or machine?

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As stated on the DBPedia main page:

DBpedia is a crowd-sourced community effort to extract structured information from Wikipedia[...]

This is done via the DBpedia information Extraction Framework, a software available in a dedicated GitHub repository.


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