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Triple Twine And Comments By Nova Spivack

We found another post on Twine. This is an analysis of what has been posted on the web and blogs. It isn’t a review of Twine since the author hasn’t been able to test it yet. We found it a good digest on what has been published on Twine. It’s too bad that it isn’t an actual review of the service itself.

Peter Rip, one of the VCs behind Radar Networks, give his own impression of Twine. He doesn’t yet use it to its full potential, however he does mention ways that he sends information to Twine. By sending bcc copies of some emails and by using a Twine bookmarklet.

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More On Twine

We’ve discovered a newish article on Read Write Web on Twine. It includes a bit more information about Twine, it’s functions and usability.

Twine was created by RadarNetworks. It’s been in private beta since October 2007. This article gives us a bit more information about the app, but it’s still vague in what it can do. There are a lot of grand goals that they want to accomplish with Twine. Time will tell if Twine will deliver.

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We were intrigued to learn of Pyke. The artificial intelligence angle got our interest. From the documentation on the website, Pyke is an inference engine completely written in Python. Simplistically, an inference engine is what an expert system uses to make decisions.

Let’s remind ourselves what exactly an inference engine is:

In computer science, and specifically the branches of knowledge engineering and artificial intelligence, an inference engine is a computer program that tries to derive answers from a knowledge base. It is the “brain” that expert systems use to reason about the information in the knowledge base for the ultimate purpose of formulating new conclusions. Inference engines are considered to be a special case of reasoning engines, which can use more general methods of reasoning.

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Cognitive Science, an Introduction

We discovered this site from Ron Ferguson an assistant professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology about COGSCI 3790, an Introduction to Cognitive Science. The blog is quite complete with lectures, works and reading materials. Cognitive Science ties in with modern AI research. It’s a great introduction to one of the main precepts of AI research and expert systems.

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Keotag, multiple engine and service tag search and generator

It has been demonstrated that tag words are important to be able to develop correct ontologies. This fact is compounded by the large number of different tags and the way that they are used. For some order to appear in all this chaos, inheritance and classes of tags need to be established and standardized for it to work.

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Galactic Rim, a short speculative fiction story

A short science-fiction story revolving around Fleet Major Bobby Birondeau and his explorations of the galactic rim in the Milky Way. This story is situated in an undetermined future where technology and science has evolved to create new problems and dilemmas for humans.

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