‘Artificial intelligence on the web’, Saarbrücken, Germany
2012-09-24 A workshop on ‘Artificial intelligence on the web’ will take place on 24 September 2012 in Saarbrücken, Germany.
The internet has become an invaluable asset for research, learning, commerce, socialising, communication, and entertainment. Still, making full use of the knowledge contained on the web is an ongoing challenge. This is due to the internet’s heterogeneous nature, decentralised structure and large scale.
These characteristics make the internet an opportunity for artificial intelligence methods that can help to make the knowledge more accessible for humans and machines by capturing, representing and using information semantics.
The event will look at work on relevant methods and their application to web data. Topics will include:
- logics and reasoning;
- distributed problem solving;
- information extraction;
- text mining;
- machine learning;
- probabilistic methods;
- distributed logical reasoning;
- statistical relational learning;
- ontology-based natural language processing;
- uncertain reasoning with description logics.
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