What AI Can Learn From Romeo & Juliet

In the Forbe’s article with this name, Doug Lenat, the creator of the Cyc’s Knowledge Base, wrote: “Some of the best AI systems today have already taken one small step in the right direction: they combine right-brain machine learning with some sort of left-brain symbolic representation of knowledge (typically something like a triple-store or knowledge graph) and an inference engine that can mechanically produce some conclusions from those abstract symbolic representations.  Just as you are doing right now, as you read the words in this article.” “Some of the most sophisticated AI programs today go beyond Machine Learning, go beyond statistics, and capture some of the meaning of a piece of text. The meaning is represented in some symbolic structure – for example, OWL ontologies,” – about which you may learn at the Declarative AI conference this and next week. Link

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