Our mission is to enable intelligent systems by building the first comprehensive and updated map of human knowledge.
Our approach to this is to create an autonomous system that can read and understand all of the documents on the public web, convert these to structured entities, and make this accessible as a service to others.
We offer a variety of tools that allow you to run our automated extraction on an individual webpage, an entire site, or search across the whole web.
See all coverage and official releases in News and Press.
- Columbia Knowledge Graph Conference: The Diffbot Knowledge Graph
- Forbes: This Startup Is Getting In On Google’s Game By Searching A Trillion Facts
- Software Engineering Daily Podcast: Interview with Diffbot CEO Mike Tung
- VentureBeat: Diffbot launches AI-powered knowledge graph of 1 trillion facts about people, places, and things
- ZDNet: The web as a database: The biggest knowledge graph ever
- XConomy: Rivaling Google, Web-Mining Startup Diffbot Opens Knowledge Graph to All
- O'Reilly Strata Data Conference: Watch CEO Mike Tung's keynote
- Datanami: The Graph That Knows the World
- The New York Times: The Race Is On to Control Artificial Intelligence, and Tech’s Future
- TechCrunch: Diffbot Aims To Build The Intel Of Data For Artificial Intelligence
- Fortune: Yes, Artificial Intelligence can be Profitable
- XConomy: Diffbot Raises $10M to Expand AI Engine That Mines the Web
- MarketingLand: Data Extractor Diffbot Wants To Turn The Web Into The Semantic Web
- PE HUB: Tencent, Felicis lead $10 mln Series A for Diffbot
- VentureBeat: Diffbot raises $10 million for its data-gathering artificial intelligence
- BBC: An AI That Can Read
- Silicon Valley Business Journal: Diffbot raises $10M to create a database-building artificial intelligence
- HuffPost Live (video): The Race to Build an Artificial Brain
- BBC Click (video): Watch excerpt
- Forbes: Consumer Sentiment Study Finds that British Airways, Hertz and Hilton Have the Grumpiest Customers
- Wired: Startup Unleashes Its Clone of Google's 'Knowledge Graph'
- Forbes: Diffbot Bests Google's Knowledge Graph To Feed The Need For Structured Data
- PCWorld: Diffbot Organizing Web Data for Enterprise Use
- PEHub: Bloomberg Beta Backs Diffbot
- TechCrunch: Don’t Read The Comments—Let Diffbot Analyze Them Instead
- Xconomy: Could a Little Startup Called Diffbot Be the Next Google?
- GigaOm: Diffbot Brings Big Time Search Poobah Aboard To Help It Scale
- TechCrunch: Diffbot Releases Product Pages API, Uses Robot Learning to Supercharge Shopping and Collecting Sites
- GigaOm: Diffbot Aims to Convert the Web Into One Big Database, One Page at a Time
- TechCrunch: The Real Top 15 Venture Capital Deals Of 2012
- Mashable: Twitter: A Day in the Life (Infographic)
- VentureBeat: DiffBot’s New API Brilliantly Reveals What’s Hiding Behind Any Link
- Wired: Diffbot helps machines to read web pages like humans
- Wall Street Journal: Investors Back Diffbot’s 'Visual Learning Robot' for Web Content
- TechCrunch: Diffbot Raises $2 Million Angel Round For Web Content Extraction Technology
- TheVerge: Diffbot raises $2 million to help apps understand the open, unstructured web
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Working at Diffbot
We will have to create new technology and approaches in order to solve the problem of building the world's first complete map of human knowledge.
Our Research team is developing new techniques that advance the state-of-the-art in information extraction accuracy, whether it is from document analysis, natural language, or computer vision.
Our Engineering team is optimizing the performance of the system to handle the unique scale that comes from an AI-synthesized database that can grow to trillions and quadrillions of records.
Our customer facing team is educating our customers about this new technology and helping integrate the Knowledge Graph into their production workflows.