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The human capability of term-creation is the core of the automated knowledge management

Leading article: 2016. December (MIAU No. 220.)
(Previous article: MIAU No. 219.)

Keywords: similarity analysis, correlation, modell-based term, artificial intelligence

Abstract: The human term-creation is a product of the biochemical processes in the brain. The artificial intelligence-based term-creation can be executed based on similarity analyses being anti-discriminative and consistence-driven. The (naive) logic of the Turing tests said: intelligent is what seems to be intelligent evaluated by humans. This evaluation – however – should not be binary. The higher is the correlation between two phenomena is, the more similar are they. In case of the quasi randomly chosen phenomenon “movement- and body-awareness” artificial terms got created based on the big-data sources: Google Trends and classic statistics about the states in the USA. The core of the term-creation is the direction between phenomena. Directions can be derived in a statistical way or based on human associations. The correlations between artificial terms produced from different sources and through diverse processes are high (0.5-0.96). Therefore the knowledge management based on artificial terms can be automated even compared to naive human approaches... More (DOC) *** More (PDF)

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