Re: [aima-talk] Semantic Web Vs Artificial Intelligence
- Someone will correct me if incorrect but isnt semantic web completely disconnected (unrelated) with AI?
Semantic Web is all about adding meaning to 'everything' on the web (by humans) so that 'more meaning' can be generated out of the web 'collectively'
AI all about teaching machines to apply/learn intelligence
So AI is an effort to make machines 'intelligent' but SW is an effort to 'enable machines' to intrepret the web.
Of course, AI can be applied to SW but so can other fields of (computer) science ?
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I would agree with the following : (Src : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semantic_Web)
A Semantic Web is a type of weak AI. The concept of machine-understandable documents does not imply an artificial intelligence which allows machines to comprehend human-defined concepts. But it indicates a machine's ability to solve a well-defined problem by performing well-defined operations on existing well-defined data. In this respect, the Semantic Web is like a large-scale expert system.
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