Grounding commonsense knowledge in intelligent systems

  title={Grounding commonsense knowledge in intelligent systems},
  author={Marios Daoutis and Silvia Coradeschi and Amy Loutfi},
Ambient environments which integrate a number of sensing devices and actuators intended for use by human users need to be able to express knowledge about objects, their functions and their properties to assist in the performance of everyday tasks. For this to occur perceptual data must be grounded to symbolic information that in its turn can be used in the communication with the human. For symbolic information to be meaningful it should be part of a rich knowledge base that includes an ontology… CONTINUE READING
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