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LM101-071: How to Model Common Sense Knowledge using First-Order Logic and Markov Logic Nets

LM101-071: How to Model Common Sense Knowledge using First-Order Logic and Markov Logic Nets

Update: 2018-02-23
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In this podcast, we provide some insights into the complexity of common sense. First, we discuss the importance of building common sense into learning machines. Second, we discuss how first-order logic can be used to represent common sense knowledge. Third, we describe a large database of common sense knowledge where the knowledge is represented using first-order logic which is free for researchers in machine learning. We provide a hyperlink to this free database of common sense knowledge. Fourth, we discuss some problems of first-order logic and explain how these problems can be resolved by transforming logical rules into probabilistic rules using Markov Logic Nets. And finally, we have another book review of the book “Markov Logic: An Interface Layer for Artificial Intelligence” by Pedro Domingos and Daniel Lowd which provides further discussion of the issues in this podcast. In this book review, we cover some additional important applications of Markov Logic Nets not covered in detail in this podcast such as: object labeling, social network link analysis, information extraction, and helping support robot navigation. Finally, at the end of the podcast we provide information about a free software program which you can use to build and evaluate your own Markov Logic Net! For more information check out: www.learningmachines101.com

 

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LM101-071: How to Model Common Sense Knowledge using First-Order Logic and Markov Logic Nets

LM101-071: How to Model Common Sense Knowledge using First-Order Logic and Markov Logic Nets

richard m. golden, ph.d., m.s.e.e., b.s.e.e.