Knowledge and Artificial Intelligence
I just hit the publish button on this one, and I think it may be one of my better articles in a while. It’s an attempt at a bigger perspective on what’s happening with things like Deep Learning (and other forms of machine learning and artificial intelligence), as well as Google’s Knowledge Graph and even its “Knowledge Vault.”
In this piece, I try to explain how these new technologies fit together. I also try to show how these latest breakthroughs are still part of a long arch in human history, a continuation of our efforts to pull tacit knowledge from the biology of our minds and bodies and embed it as explicit knowledge into a new container.
I hope you enjoy this one. I enjoyed writing it.
#knowledge #knowledgegraph #artificialintelligence #knowledgevault
People I believe might be interested in this one because of past comments or posts: David Amerland, Mark Traphagen, John Kellden, Daniel Schwabe, Mark Bruce, RobotEnomics, Jeff Jockisch, Jeff Sayre, Teodora Petkova, Alex Schleber, Mani Saint-Victor, Meg Tufano, Leland LeCuyer, Iblis Bane, Chris Lang, Deen Abiola, Susanne Ramharter, Yifat Cohen, iPan Baal, Max Huijgen, John Blossom
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