“Knowing from” – An outlook on ontology enabled knowledge transfer for robotic systems
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Encoding practical knowledge about everyday activities has proven difficult, and is a limiting factor in the progress of autonomous robotics. Learning approaches, e.g. imitation learning from human data, have been used as a way to circumvent this difficulty. While such approaches are on the right track, they require comprehensive knowledge modelling about the data present in records of activity episodes, and about the skills one attempts to have the robot learn. We provide a list of competency questions such knowledge modelling should answer, summarize some recent developments in this direction, and finish with a few open problems.
CitationDiab, M. [et al.]. «Knowing from» – An outlook on ontology enabled knowledge transfer for robotic systems. A: Joint Ontology Workshops. "Proceedings of the Joint Ontology Workshops 2020 (JOWO 2020)". 2020, p. 1-6.