MAS.962 Common Sense Reasoning for Interactive Applications (MIT)
MAS.962 Common Sense Reasoning for Interactive Applications (MIT) course will explore the state of the art in common sense knowledge, and class projects will design and build interfaces that can exploit this knowledge to make more usable and helpful interfaces.This year's theme will be about how common sense knowledge differs in different languages and cultures, and how machine understanding of this knowledge can help increase communication between people, and between people and machines.
- Source: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Language: English
- Author: Lieberman, Henry
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- Tags: common sense reasoning, interactive applications, language, culture, inference, user goals, education, knowledge collection, knowledge quality, semantics, artificial intelligence, interface design, partial knowledge, human-computer interaction, machine understanding, common sense knowledge,
- Course Publishing Date: Apr 20, 2007