• Computer Science
  • Published 2014

Automatic Construction of Inference-Supporting Knowledge Bases

@inproceedings{Clark2014AutomaticCO,
  title={Automatic Construction of Inference-Supporting Knowledge Bases},
  author={Peter Clark and Niranjan Balasubramanian and Sumithra Bhakthavatsalam and Kevin Humphreys and J. Clint Kinkead and Ashish Sabharwal},
  year={2014}
}
While there has been tremendous progress in automatic database population in recent years, most of human knowledge does not naturally fit into a database form. For example, knowledge that "metal objects can conduct electricity" or "animals grow fur to help them stay warm" requires a substantially different approach to both acquisition and representation. This kind of knowledge is important because it can support inference e.g., (with some associated confidence) if an object is made of metal… CONTINUE READING

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