|Presentation Date||January 17, 2013|
Abstract:When you turn to Google, or other search engines, a lot of the time you are not trying to browse a topic; you want an answer quickly, and use the returned results to find your answer. For example, if you want to know how many people in the United States, you might type in “population of the United States”. Search engine users have gotten used to subverting the need for questions in this way; however, AI has gotten more sophisticated and can often answer certain types of question in their basic form. “How many people live in the United States?” is answered using a KB concept called “question answering”, as well as others; there are limitations, though, and the following presentation will address them.