Cognonto Takes On Knowledge-Based Artificial Intelligence

Knowledge-based Artificial Intelligence. That’s the direction taken by startup Cognonto, co-founded by Michael Bergman, a man whose history in the AI, Machine Learning, Semantic technologies, Internet search and data arenas goes back a long way. That includes his additional duties as CEO of Structured Dynamics, birthplace of UMBEL (Upper-level Mapping and Binding Exchange Layer), a […]

The Knowledge Representation Corner: Procedural vs. Declarative Part 2 – Logical Languages

Click here to learn more about author Adam Pease. In Part 1 I discussed the difference between procedural and declarative languages, and mentioned the confusion that can come from thinking that Turing equivalence applies to declarative languages. Now I’ll discuss some different logical languages. This is just an informal introduction. For the formal logician who is […]

Names, Naming, and Ontology

Click here to learn more about author Adam Pease. Last month I looked at representing some simple statements with binary relations. This month, let’s look at what is possibly an even more fundamental issue, that of naming. It comes up often in knowledge representation and people can have very strong opinions about the “right” name […]

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