Questions tagged [world-knowledge]

World knowledge is knowledge about the real world. Humans have implicit knowledge of the real world, but an AI needs to have explicit resources to explain how the real world works. Use this tag for questions about how artificially intelligent systems deal with their need to acquire or apply knowledge about the real world.

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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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Can AI solve jumbled words?

My question is that is there any general idea on how humans solve jumbled words? I know many people will say we match it against a commonly used words checklist mentally, but it is kind of vague. Is ...
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Can prior knowledge be encoded in deep neural networks?

I was reading Gary Marcus's a Critical Appraisal of Deep Learning. And one of his criticisms is that neural networks don't incorporate prior knowledge in tackling a problem. My question is, has there ...
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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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To create “Edit tool” or editor based on Notepad [closed]

I am trying to develop an Editor that can be based on Notepad. The only purpose for this development is I want to use this for my coding suggestions and possibly ...
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Will AIs make most of the scientific discoveries in 50 years?

Given the advantage AI already has over human intelligence, one could imagine a relatively weak strong-AI (barely human intelligence) still outperforming a segment of the human scientist population in ...
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Using ConceptNet5 to find similar systems to solve specific problems?

I installed a local running instance of the ConceptNet5 knowledgebase in an elasticsearch server. I used this data to implement the so-called "Analogietechnik" (a creativity technique to solve a ...
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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 difficulty ...