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Automated Reasoning in the Wild

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Host: Dr. Manfred Kerber

In this talk we discuss the use of first order automated reasoning in question answering and cognitive computing. For this the natural language question answering project LogAnswer is briefly depicted and the challenges faced therein are addressed. This includes a treatment of query relaxation, web-services, large knowledge bases and co-operative answering. In a second part a bridge to human reasoning as it is investigated in cognitive psychology is constructed by using standard deontic logic.

This talk is part of the Computer Science Departmental Series series.

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