Knowledge Authoring with Factual English

@inproceedings{Wang2022KnowledgeAW,
  title={Knowledge Authoring with Factual English},
  author={Yuheng Wang and Giorgian Borca-Tasciuc and Nikhil Goel and Paul Fodor and Michael Kifer},
  booktitle={ICLP Technical Communications / Doctoral Consortium},
  year={2022}
}
Knowledge representation and reasoning (KRR) systems represent knowledge as collections of facts and rules. Like databases, KRR systems contain information about domains of human activities like industrial enterprises, science, and business. KRRs can represent complex concepts and relations, and they can query and manipulate information in sophisticated ways. Unfortunately, the KRR technology has been hindered by the fact that specifying the requisite knowledge requires skills that most domain… 

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