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AI4EU Web Cafe: Logic Programming: is it logic or search


The Speaker is: Peter Schüller
(Postdoctoral Researcher at TU Wien in Austria)

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What is Peter's talk about
Computer Science is often associated with Algorithms. But there is another side of computer science that is closer to human thinking: Logic. This talk will briefly relate algorithms and logic programming and give two examples for logic programming languages.

Peter Schüller did his PhD at TU Wien on inconsistency in knowledge representation and his postdoc on cognitive robotics at Sabanci Unviersity in Istanbul and then worked on Natural Language Processing as Assistant Professor in Marmara University in Istanbul. Currently he is Postdoctoral Researcher at TU Wien in Austria and he has a consulting company in Vienna, focusing on System and Database Design with a bit of Machine Learning.

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Date: 01/04/2020, 15:00 - 16:00

Location: Online

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