Towards building a global oracle: A physical mashup using artificial intelligence technology
|Towards building a global oracle: A physical mashup using artificial intelligence technology|
|Author(s)||Fortuna C., Vucnik M., Fortuna B., Kenda K., Moraru A., Mladenic D.|
|Published in||ACM International Conference Proceeding Series|
|Keyword(s)||Artificial intelligence, Data mining, Machine learning, Mashup, Sensors, Things, Web services (Extra: Artificial intelligence technologies, External data sources, Human brain, Human sense, Logical inference, Mashup, Sensor data, Things, Wikipedia, Computer programming languages, Data mining, International trade, Learning systems, Research, Sensors, Web services, Websites, Artificial intelligence)|
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Towards building a global oracle: A physical mashup using artificial intelligence technology is a 2012 conference paper written in English by Fortuna C., Vucnik M., Fortuna B., Kenda K., Moraru A., Mladenic D. and published in ACM International Conference Proceeding Series.
In this paper, we describe Videk - a physical mashup which uses artificial intelligence technology. We make an analogy between human senses and sensors; and between human brain and artificial intelligence technology respectively. This analogy leads to the concept of Global Oracle. We introduce a mashup system which automatically collects data from sensors. The data is processed and stored by SenseStream while the meta-data is fed into ResearchCyc. SenseStream indexes aggregates, performs clustering and learns rules which then it exports as RuleML. ResearchCyc performs logical inference on the meta-data and transliterates logical sentences. The GUI mashes up sensor data with SenseStream output, ResearchCyc output and other external data sources: GoogleMaps, Geonames, Wikipedia and Panoramio. Copyright
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