Keynote Speakers

Case-Based Reasoning Tomorrow: Provenance, the Web, and Cases
in the Future of Intelligent Information Processing
 
David Leake
School of Informatics and Computing, Bloomington
Indiana University
 
The World Wide Web and grid computing provide new opportunities and challenges for artificial intelligence. This talk examines how case-based reasoning can respond to these challenges by leveraging large-scale information sources. It highlights opporunities for exploiting naturally arising cases and augmenting them with additional open sources, to enable robust support for human reasoning. It illustrates with examples from current research, focusing especially on how CBR can leverage frameworks being developed in burgeoning research activity in provenance capture and storage.

Key Laboratory of Intelligent Information Processing
Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Science