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Notes: Ontology creation for cognitive computing

The creation of ontologies continues to slow down many cognitive computing projects. Here are some┬ánotes from a quick exploration. From Wikipedia: “Ontology is the philosophical study of the nature of being, becoming, existence, or reality, as well as the basic … Continue reading

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Fragment: Symbolic vs Sub-symbolic AI

The symbolic-AI camp models knowledge as specific, explicitly-represented objective facts that get manipulated by formal, repeatable rules, and the sub-symbolic or connectionist camp is all about building systems that adapt, in hard-to-analyze ways, to perform actions and anticipate things in … Continue reading

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