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What algorithm to use to classify data by spatial relations?

Let's assume I have dataset of image-like 2D samples where values can be divided into few discrete levels (for example 1, 2, 3 and 4) like in the image below, where each color maps different value, ...
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How to add prior information when predicting using deep learning models?

Background I'm building a binary classification model for a pair match problem using CNN, e.g. whether person A1 likes product B1 or not. Model input features are sequence features (text descriptions) ...
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How can I draw a conceptual dependency for the statement "Place all ingredients in a bowl and mix thoroughly"?

I stumbled across a question asking to draw a conceptual dependency for the following statement: Place all ingredients in a bowl and mix thoroughly My attempt so far Explanation: Both the sender ...
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What would be a good internal language for an AI?

For an AI to represent the world, it would be good if it could translate human sentences into something more precise. We know, for example, that mathematics can be built up from set theory. So ...
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How would we define a set that contains itself within a knowledge ontology?

How would we define a set that contains itself within a knowledge ontology? I am thinking that set membership would probably inherit from a generic base class of total containment from which both ...
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Is the Assumption-based Truth Maintenance System still used?

Is the Assumption-based Truth Maintenance System still used to maintain consistency while explicitly accounting for assumptions?
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Who is working on explaining the knowledge encoded into machine learning models? [duplicate]

The thing about machine learning (ML) that worries me is that "knowledge" acquired in ML is hidden: we usually can't explain the criteria or methods used by the machine to provide an answer ...
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What is the difference between a semantic network and an ontology?

What is the difference between a semantic network and an ontology? How are they related? I have not found any article that describes how these two concepts are related.
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How would an AI understand grids?

OK, now I think an AI must view grids in a different way to computers. For example a computer would represent a grid like this: ...
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Is unsupervised disentanglement really impossible?

In Locatello et al's Challenging Common Assumptions in the Unsupervised Learning of Disentangled Representations he claims to prove unsupervised disentanglement is impossible. His entire claim is ...
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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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Is there any readily available concept/topic tree?

I am looking for dataset in tree structure that captures the hierarchy of concepts. For example, something like, ...
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What is the difference between Knowledge Representation and Automated Reasoning?

Knowledge Representation and Automated Reasoning are two AI subfields which seem to have something to do with reasoning. However, I can't find any information online about their relationship. Are ...
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Are Relational DBs and SQL used in Expert Systems?

In the book Prolog Programming for Artificial Intelligence, a large and intricate chapter (chapter 14) is dedicated to Expert Systems. In these systems, a knowledge-database is represented through ...
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Formulation of a sentence using FOL

I want to formulate the following sentence using FOL; I want also to know whether there any contradictions in it, or if it is consistent. Assuming human relations are binary: All Human Relations ...
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ChatBot applications [Academia]

I am in education and I'm wondering about the use of chatbot-like tools to facilitate automated discussions among students. The chatbot domain of knowledge would be purposely restricted to a specific ...
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Learning similarities between customers and offers representation

I am interested in a framework for learning the similarity of different input representations based on some common context. I have looked into word2vec, SVD and siamese networks, all of which are ...
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When is a knowledge base consistent?

I am studying a knowledge base (KB) from the book "Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach" (by Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig) and from this series of slides. A formula is satisfiable ...
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What are the current trends/open questions in logics for knowledge representation?

What are the future prospects in near future from a theoretical investigation of description logics, and modal logics in the context of artificial intelligence research?
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What are "function terms" in the context of an ontology?

I was going through the Wikipedia page on ontology components and noticed something that I had been hoping to find, for a long time. In the components' overview it mentioned: Function terms: ...
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How to implement an artificial network that outputs an integer within a range?

The goal is to implement an artificial network that, based on training samples labelled with positive integers, outputs a positive integer. Perhaps I am not searching for the correct thing but all ...
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Logic for a knowledge based expert system [closed]

Basically, I want a system that reads blobs of text, parses it and stores related chunks and when the user asks a question, it returns with an in-context answer which groups together a bunch of facts. ...
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Did Turing foresee the required capabilities to pass the Turing test?

In Section 1.1 of Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach, it is stated that a computer which passes the Turing Test would need 4 capabilities, and that these 4 capabilities comprise most of the ...
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Training an AI to play Starcraft 2 with superhuman level of performance?

I'm interested in working on challenging AI problems, and after reading this article (https://deepmind.com/blog/deepmind-and-blizzard-open-starcraft-ii-ai-research-environment/) by DeepMind and ...
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As a starter: what is the form of training data for image processing

What we are doing in the image processing training. We are storing some form of data which is going to act as the knowledge or experience of the system. In which form can the system store it's ...
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Answer Set Programming - Make a Fact INVALID

I have a question regarding Answer Set Programming on how to make an existing fact invalid, when there is already (also) a default statement present in the Knowledge Base. For example, there are two ...
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What is the difference between logic-based and rule-based AI?

I always thought rule-based was synonymous with logic-based AI. Logic has axioms and rules of inference, whereas rule-based AI has a knowledge base (essentially, axioms) and if-then rules to create ...
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What is meant by "known" in "A knowledge-base exhibits complete knowledge if and only if, for every $P$, $P$ or $\neg P$ is known"?

I have a question as to what it means for a knowledge-base to be consistent and complete. I've been looking into non-monotonic logic and different formalisms for it from the book "Knowledge ...
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What roles knowledge bases play now and will play in the future?

Nowadays, artificial intelligence seems almost equal to machine learning, especially deep learning. Some have said that deep learning will replace human experts, traditionally very important for ...
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Translate English Sentences into First-Order Logic without quantifiers

I have to translate the following English sentences into First-Order Logic without using quantifiers: ...
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What does Brooks mean by Representation?

So for a class I'm reading Brooks' "Intelligence without representation". The introduction is dedicated to slating Representation as a focus for AI development. I've read that representation is the ...
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Given statements $A$ and $B$, are the formulae $(\lnot A) \land (\lnot B)$ and $(\lnot A) \lor (\lnot B)$ equivalent?

If I have 2 statements, say $A$ and $B$, from which I formed 2 formulae: $f_1: (\lnot A) \land (\lnot B)$ $f_2: (\lnot A) \lor (\lnot B)$ Are $f_1$ and $f_2$ equivalent?
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Has any schema-agnostic database engine been implemented?

Has any schema-agnostic database engine been implemented?
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How could human behavior and relationships be implemented?

One of the most compelling issues regarding AI would be in behavior and relationships. What are some of the methods to address this? For example, friendship, or laughing at joke? The concept of ...
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How can an AI system develop its domain knowledge? Is there more than just Machine Learning?

So machine learning allows a system to be self-automated in the sense that it can predict the future state based on what it has learned so far. My question is: Are machine learning techniques the only ...
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Wisdom representation?

For years I have been dealing with (and teaching) Knowledge Representation and Knowledge Representation languages. I just discovered that in another community (Information Systems and the such) there ...
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Is anybody still using Conceptual Dependency Theory?

Roger Schank did some interesting work on language processing with Conceptual Dependency (CD) in the 1970s. He then moved somewhat out of the field, being in Education these days. There were some ...
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Are there emergent models of time in robots?

I am interested in the emergence of properties in agents, and, more generally in robotics. I was wondering if there is work on the emergence of time-related concepts, on the low-level representation ...