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Knowledge Representation in Neural Networks December

@inproceedings{2013KnowledgeRI,
  title={Knowledge Representation in Neural Networks December},
  author={},
  year={2013}
}
  • Published 2013
  • Recall the earlier definition of intelligence as doing the right thing at the right time, as judged by an outside human observer. As a key facilitator of intelligence, knowledge can then be defined as background information or general understanding (of a variety of domains) that enhances the ability to act intelligently, where domains include the natural, social, and even virtual worlds, as well as mathematics, music, art, etc. A knowledge representation is an encoding of this information or… CONTINUE READING

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