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This is awesome. I have long been waiting for something like this. I just want to talk to the cloud. This is an ideation-application. Now we need that artificial cloudapp that has artificial hippocampus embedded on the tip of your skull so we can also get your thoughts or atleast what ...
… was the catchy snappy hip punchy title of our contribution to this year’s BPMI (aka OMG) Think Tank 2008’s RoundTable sessions. These are used to get feedback from end-users, consultants and indeed other vendors on a variety of issues - which in this case was the ro...
Costello, Roger L. wrote: > Hi Dave, > >> This is just echoing what was supposed to happen with AI >> systems in the '80's. Pick the brains of the SMEs and dump >> it into Expert Systems. It didn't work then. Why should >> it be any different now? &...
> Nonetheless, my question remains: what is the connection between a Data > Specification and a derived XML Schema design? The connection is ensuring the equivalent semantics are applied regardless of the representation. I receive a data specifications often in spreadsheet fo...
Hi Dave, > This is just echoing what was supposed to happen with AI > systems in the '80's. Pick the brains of the SMEs and dump > it into Expert Systems. It didn't work then. Why should > it be any different now? I'm not talking about creating Expert Systems. In f...
Costello, Roger L. wrote: > Hi Folks, > > Let me divide the world into two camps: > > 1. Subject Matter Experts (SMEs): these are people that are experts in > a subject (domain), but are not necessarily expert at the technologies > employed to implement the sub...
All SMEs are smes, but some SMEs are more sme than others. On Oct 3, 2008, at 7:17 PM, Jeff Greif wrote: > Roger, > > It might be worth investigating the subject of "Knowledge Engineering" > from the heyday of artificial intelligence and expert systems. > ...
Roger, It might be worth investigating the subject of "Knowledge Engineering" from the heyday of artificial intelligence and expert systems. There's large body of research literature, including various books. An anecdote: When working on an expert system that was to dete...
Demonstration of simple Tic-Tac-Toe AI written completely in Java Script using Minimax method. Source code provided :)
WOD-PD 2008 Call for Participation WEB OF DATA PRACTITIONERS DAYS 22-23 October 2008, Vienna, Austria http://www.webofdata.info/ The Web of Data Practitioners Days is a new application-oriented event for ...
Jessica Guynn has an excellent interview with Google's Marissa Mayer today about Google's first ten years (today is arguably Google's tenth birthday). Good stuff in there - Marissa talks about Google's accomplishments in search and advertising, and looks forward to a future where cloud...
Paul Hermans wrote: > Due to my background I started with the XML serialization of RDF > using XSLT to do the querying and the transformations. > But this didn't feel right, using tree based processing on graphs. > So I moved quickly to other serializations (N3) and SPA...
An interesting post on Tim Bass’ CEP blog [*1] describing Blackboard Systems, which is an established term from the era of AI research for “distributed knowledge systems” that co-operatively solve problems. Tim and I have previously mentioned blackboards and blackboar...
The Dreyfus Model shows the 5 stages of skill acquisition possible through experience of a subject. Created by Hubert and Stuart Dreyfus in 1980 while researching AI, the model was popularized by Dr Patricia Benner in the mid Eighties in her work on the Nursing Crisis in the US. Over t...
With the growing popularity of Event-Driven Architectures (EDA) and Complex Event Processing (CEP), patterns such as the blackboard and
With the growing popularity of Event-Driven Architectures (EDA) and Complex Event Processing (CEP), patterns such as the blackboard and
Nowhere in the preamble to the Declaration of Independence did Thomas Jefferson reference the Internet, eBay, Skype, or Flickr. But if he’d lived another 180 years, to 2006 instead of 1826, I feel certain he would at some point have said something like:"We hold these truths to be self-...