The electronic knowledge publishing based on intellect modeling

  • Konstantin M. Golubev General Knowledge Machine Research Group, Kyiv 01010, Ukraine
Ariticle ID: 1332
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Keywords: knowledge publishing; information technology; artificial intelligence; intellect modeling; knowledge management

Abstract

This paper focuses on a new concept based on modeling human intelligence for electronic knowledge publishing. It discusses the limitations of current publishing methods in solving real-life problems and proposes the need for a new type of publishing. It identifies two main streams of publishing: Emotional publishing and knowledge texts publishing, highlighting the challenges of the latter. The article evaluates various attempts in the field of Artificial Intelligence, such as expert systems and neural networks, in terms of knowledge transfer and problem-solving. It suggests that understanding the principles of human intelligence, as exemplified by the character Sherlock Holmes, can contribute to the development of the proposed “Intellect Modeling” concept. Overall, the article presents a comprehensive proposal that addresses the shortcomings of existing publishing models and offers a new approach that incorporates advancements in Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Management.

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Published
2024-06-19
How to Cite
Golubev, K. M. (2024). The electronic knowledge publishing based on intellect modeling. Computing and Artificial Intelligence, 2(1), 1332. https://doi.org/10.59400/cai.v2i1.1332
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