This page is a demonstration of NLI-GO, a natural language library, written in Go, that allows a user to query a database in natural language.
It connects you to DBPedia, a Sparql database that contains data from Wikipedia.
It's scope is still quite limited. For example, in the input field above, you can only ask questions of these types:
Where <PERSON> must be the name of a person in the database, it must consist of 2 or 3 words, each of which must start with a capital.
Note! The application cannot handle names that belong to multiple persons, yet. If you try, you may see that the data of the persons will get mixed up.