There Are Three Sources of Knowledge

There Are Three Sources of Knowledge

There are three sources of knowledge in both humans and artificial intelligence:

1) Inductive Inference

2) Deductive Inference

3) Communication

Inductive Inference establishes new facts from data. In technology this is Data Science and Machine Learning which is aimed at making predictions (tentative hypotheses). Inductive probability attempts to give the probability of future events based on past events. It is the basis for inductive reasoning, and gives the mathematical basis for learning and the perception of patterns. 

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The Big Picture....Belief Propagation with a Common Object Model

The Big Picture....Belief Propagation with a Common Object Model

Ever heard someone use phrases like “I put two and two together,” or “I started to connect the dots?” What is usually meant is that in the examination of the facts at hand an understanding of a feasible explanation is forming. By considering details, a bigger picture can be formed. 

Belief Propagation Network

A belief propagation network (BPN) is a network where messages are passed through a series of nodes in a graph.

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