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Decision Management and Semantic Reasoning

Considering the upcoming conferences, I was asked by Harold Boley to write about a possible integration of Semantic Reasoning and Business Decision Management. Today I… 697 more words

Decision Management

Happy 15th Birthday, OpenRules!

Today is exactly 15 years since OpenRules, Inc. was incorporated on Feb. 24, 2003. It’s a quite serious milestone, so I decided to write a few words for this occasion. 590 more words

Decision Management

We are EVE

We are EVE, a team of researchers from the Brigham Young University Perception, Control, and Cognition Laboratory, and we’ve been accepted to the Amazon Alexa Prize Challenge!  622 more words


Higher Cognition of Intelligent Agents

1.0 Overview

The human brain takes advantage of a spatial system that originally developed for visual cognition and applies higher cognitive functioning to map concepts onto a mental space in the form of a visual analogy. 646 more words

Artificial Intelligence

Self-Motivated Intelligent Agents

1. Introduction

1.1 Agents and Environments

An agent-based system is comprised of two main functions, the agent function A(s) and the environment function E(a), where s is an observable state of the environment and a is an action selected by the agent. 1,723 more words

Machine Learning

Information Programming Unifies Business Goals and Technology Domains

Information programming doesn’t just integrate systems, it unifies systems. It can unify business goals with technology domains in software as it is developed. It can be used to unify technology domains. 109 more words


Girls can soar too

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Gold Coast