The Cognitive AI Community Group has been proposed by Dave Raggett:
The real world is frustratingly uncertain, incomplete and inconsistent. This is challenging for traditional approaches to information systems, and a new paradigm is needed that combines symbolic and statistical techniques, building upon decades of work in the cognitive sciences. This will allow us to create cognitive agents that learn and reason based upon prior knowledge and past experience, and which can satisfy the need for, transparency in decision making, and continuous learning for adapting to ever changing needs. This community group will address opportunities for cognitive agents using graphs, rules and machine learning, starting with an amalgam of RDF and Property Graphs, together with Web architecture for cognitive databases. More specifically, the Cognitive AI Community Group will work on use cases and requirements, demo’s, open source, and scaling experiments. For more details, see introductory slides.
You are invited to support the creation of this group. Once the group has a total of five supporters, it will be launched and people can join to begin work. In order to support the group, you will need a W3C account.
Once launched, the group will no longer be listed as “proposed”; it will be in the list of current groups.
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