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20th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management (EKAW 2016)

20th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management (EKAW 2016)

Luc Steels participates as Keynote Speaker at EKAW 2016, introducing profound questions for knowledge technologies: How deep is the ontological structure underlying our language impacting what we can know and how we represent that knowledge? How can we get knowledge technologies that take ontological diversity into account? How do people understand each other, even if their ontologies are subtly different? What are the implications for multilingual interfaces and translation? Luc Steels argues we need to view language and ontologies as complex adaptive systems that are evolving similar to the way organisms are evolving, namely through replicator-dynamics and level formation. 

21.11.2016

 

19-23/11/16: ECAW 2016. Bologna, Italy: “How much are our representations of knowledge influenced by our languages?” Luc Steels.

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