Questions tagged [commonsense-knowledge]

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Why business experts should prefer state-of-the-art deep neural networks over simpler models? [closed]

I have encountered this pattern for a long time (5+ years). So many professionals come with an interesting domain-specific problem, and they demand using state-of-the-art deep learning models: take it ...
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Knowledge graph progress from 2012 to 2022?

I watched this lecture by professor Xin Wang, and a picture in the beginning interested me: The confusing thing is that this lecture was delivered on Sep. 19, 2022, but it seems from the diagram ...
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What are some most promising ways to approximate common sense and background knowledge?

I learned from this blog post Self-Supervised Learning: The Dark Matter of Intelligence that We believe that self-supervised learning (SSL) is one of the most promising ways to build such background ...
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Why do we need common sense in AI?

Let's consider this example: It's John's birthday, let's buy him a kite. We humans most likely would say the kite is a birthday gift, if asked why it's being bought; and we refer to this reasoning ...
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Has an AI ever solved a detective mystery?

In detective novels, the point is often that the reader gets enough information to solve the crime themselves. This "puzzle" aspect of detective novels is part of the attraction. Often the ...
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