|Presentation Date||October 16, 2012|
An intelligent database is a data storage mechanism that uses artificial intelligence techniques, such as Fuzzy Logic, to determine the results of a query on the database. One very common example of an intelligent database is Wolfram Alpha. Usually, the database contains knowledge about the content (more than just its schema, as in a regular database). It then uses the knowledge about the content and special query processing to extract and compile data. Natural language processing is often used to process input, as in the case of a system like IBM Watson.
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