Expert system projects are often based on collaboration with single domain expert. This leads to difficulties in judging the suitability of the chosen task and in acquiring the detailed knowledge required to carry out the task. This anecdotal article considers some of the advantages of using a diverse collection of domain experts.
This article summarizes the results of the 6-7 July Workshop on Human Language Technology and Knowledge Management held in Toulouse, France. It describes invited keynotes, presentations, and results of brainstorming sessions to create a technology road map for this important area. The group also articulated grand challenges in human language technology and solutions to these challenges that could benefit facilities for knowledge discovery, access, and exploitation.
This article describes a one-day workshop entitled AI and Knowledge Management that was held at the Fourteenth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence. The workshop was successful in identifying areas where AI techniques can be used to help those working on knowledge management and identifying areas for future work in this area.
The International Conference on Knowledge Capture (K-CAP) is a new forum for multidisciplinary research on capturing knowledge from a variety of sources and creating representations that are useful for reasoning. This article describes the first conference series, held in October 2001, and presents an invitation to the AI community to participate in K-CAP 2003.