What Does Knowledge Representation Have to Say to Artificial Intelligence?

David W. Etherington

In recent years, the subarea of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KR) has become more and more of a discipline unto itself, focusing on artificial problems while other areas of AI have tended to develop their own representations and algorithms. There are signs that this is changing, however. This talk will explore what the current state of KR has to offer to AI.


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