Towards building a global oracle: A physical mashup using artificial intelligence technology

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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.

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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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