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Call for Participation in AI KR (Artificial Intelligence Knowledge Representation) Community Group

The AI KR (Artificial Intelligence Knowledge Representation) Community Group has been launched:

The overall goal/mission of this community group is to explore the requirements, best practices and  implementation options for the conceptualization and specification of domain knowledge in AI.

We plan to place particular emphasis on the identification and the representation of AI facets and various aspects (technology, legislation, ethics etc) with the purpose to facilitate knowledge exchange and reuse.

Therefore the proposed outcomes could be instrumental to research and advancement of science and inquiry, as well as to increase the level of awareness public in general to enable learning and participation.

Proposed outcomes:

  • A comprehensive list of open access resources in both AI and KR (useful to teaching and research)
  • A set of metadata derived from these resources
  • A concept map of the domain
  • A natural language vocabulary to represent various aspects of AI
  • One or more encoding/implementations/ machine language version of the vocabulary, such as ChatBot Natural Language Understanding & Natural Language Generation
  • Methods for KR management, especially Natural Language Learning / Semantic Memory

WHO SHOULD JOIN: researchers and practitioners with an interest in developing AI KR artefacts (ontology, machine learning, markup languages)

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In order to join the group, you will need a W3C account. Please note, however, that W3C Membership is not required to join a Community Group.

This is a community initiative. This group was originally proposed on 2018-07-02 by Paola Di Maio. The following people supported its creation: Paola Di Maio, Michael Johnson, Andrea Perego, brandon whitehead, Roman Evstifeev. W3C’s hosting of this group does not imply endorsement of the activities.

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W3C Community Development Team

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