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Wikidata is a free and open knowledge base that can be read and edited by both humans and machines. Wikidata is one of the world's largest open knowledge bases.

First, you need to install wikibase-rest-api-client and mediawikiapi python packages.

%pip install --upgrade --quiet  wikibase-rest-api-client mediawikiapi
from import WikidataAPIWrapper, WikidataQueryRun

wikidata = WikidataQueryRun(api_wrapper=WikidataAPIWrapper())
print("Alan Turing"))
Result Q7251:
Label: Alan Turing
Description: English computer scientist (1912–1954)
Aliases: Alan M. Turing, Alan Mathieson Turing, Turing, Alan Mathison Turing
instance of: human
country of citizenship: United Kingdom
occupation: computer scientist, mathematician, university teacher, cryptographer, logician, statistician, marathon runner, artificial intelligence researcher
sex or gender: male
date of birth: 1912-06-23
date of death: 1954-06-07
sport: athletics
place of birth: Maida Vale, Warrington Lodge
educated at: King's College, Princeton University, Sherborne School, Hazlehurst Community Primary School
employer: Victoria University of Manchester, Government Communications Headquarters, University of Cambridge, National Physical Laboratory
place of death: Wilmslow
field of work: cryptanalysis, computer science, mathematics, logic, cryptography
cause of death: cyanide poisoning
notable work: On Computable Numbers, with an Application to the Entscheidungsproblem, Computing Machinery and Intelligence, Intelligent Machinery, halting problem, Turing machine, Turing test, Turing completeness, Church-Turing thesis, universal Turing machine, Symmetric Turing machine, non-deterministic Turing machine, Bombe, probabilistic Turing machine, Turing degree
religion or worldview: atheism
mother: Ethel Sara Stoney
father: Julius Mathison Turing
doctoral student: Robin Gandy, Beatrice Helen Worsley
student: Robin Gandy

Result Q28846012:
Label: Alan Turing
Description: fictional analogon of Alan Turing (1912-1954)
Aliases: Alan Mathison Turing
instance of: fictional human
sex or gender: male

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