The Natural Language for Artificial Intelligence

The Natural Language for Artificial Intelligence

1st Edition - March 28, 2021

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  • Authors: Dioneia Motta Monte-Serrat, Carlo Cattani
  • eBook ISBN: 9780323859219
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780128241189

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The Natural Language for Artificial Intelligence  presents the biological and logical structure typical of human language in its dynamic mediating process between reality and the human mind. The book explains linguistic functioning in the dynamic process of human cognition when forming meaning. After that, an approach to artificial intelligence (AI) is outlined, which works with a more restricted concept of natural language that leads to flaws and ambiguities. Subsequently, the characteristics of natural language and patterns of how it behaves in different branches of science are revealed to indicate ways to improve the development of AI in specific fields of science. A brief description of the universal structure of language is also presented as an algorithmic model to be followed in the development of AI. Since AI aims to imitate the process of the human mind, the book shows how the cross-fertilization between natural language and AI should be done using the logical-axiomatic structure of natural language adjusted to the logical-mathematical processes of the machine.

Key Features

  • Presents a comprehensive approach to natural language and its inherent and complex dynamics
  • Develops language content as the next frontier, identifying the universal structure of language as a common structure that appears in both AI and cognitive computing
  • Explains the standard structure present in cognition and AI, making them interchangeable
  • Offers examples of the application of the universal language model in image analysis and conventional language

Readership

Graduate students and Professionals in Information Technology such as: Data Scientist; Machine Learning Engineer; Machine Learning Scientist; Data Architect; Applications /Platform Engineer

Table of Contents

  • 1. Introduction
    2. Connecting different levels of language reality
    3. The natural intelligence
    4. Artificial intelligence
    5. Computer language and linguistics
    6. The structure of language and its axiomatic-logical nature
    7. Maintaining a “questing eye” at the natural language synchronization function to improve artificial intelligence
    8. Natural language and its universal structure
    9. Interdisciplinary paths for the construction of meaning: What natural language has to say for artificial intelligence?
    10. The natural language for artificial intelligence
    11. Conclusion

Product details

  • No. of pages: 252
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Academic Press 2021
  • Published: March 28, 2021
  • Imprint: Academic Press
  • eBook ISBN: 9780323859219
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780128241189

About the Authors

Dioneia Motta Monte-Serrat

Dionéia Motta Monte-Serrat is a Post-doctoral Researcher at the Department of Computation and Mathematics of Faculty of Philosophy, Sciences and Letters of Ribeirao Preto – University of Sao Paulo, FFCLRP-USP, Brazil; Collaborating researcher at Language Institute of University of Campinas, IEL-UNICAMP, Brazil. Faculty Member at University of Ribeirao Preto, UNAERP, Brazil. Direct Doctoral degree in Psychology, FFCLRP-USP, Brazil. Doctoral degree program partly completed at Université Paris III, Sorbonne Nouvelle (2010, CAPES-BEX). Internship at École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris (2012, FAPESP). Undergraduate degrees in Languages and Law. Member of the British Wittgenstein Society. Associate Researcher, National Science Network for Education (Rede CpE, Brazil). Research interest: Neuroscience; Neurolinguistics; Neurocognition; Brain Impairment; Artificial Intelligence; Neurophysiology; Natural Language, Education, Social inclusion.

Affiliations and Expertise

Postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Computing and Mathematics, Faculty of Philosophy, Sciences and Letters at Ribeirão Preto, University of São Paulo (FFCLRP-USP); assistant professor at the University of Ribeirão Preto, UNAERP, Brazil

Carlo Cattani

Dr. Carlo Cattani is Full Professor of Mathematical Physics and Applied Mathematics at the Department of Economics, Engineering, Society and Enterprise (DEIM) at Università degli Studi della Tuscia, Viterbo, Italy. He has been previously appointed as Professor and Research Fellow at the Department of Mathematics, University of Rome La Sapienza, and Department of Mathematics, University of Salerno. Dr. Cattani has been a Research Fellow at the Italian Council of Research (CNR) and Visiting Research Fellow at the Physics Institute of Stockholm University. His main scientific research interests are focused on numerical and computational methods, mathematical models and methods, time series and data analysis, computer methods and simulations. Dr. Cattani is co-author of several books, including The Natural Language for Artificial Intelligence, Elsevier Academic Press; Wavelet and Wave Analysis as Applied to Materials with Micro or Nanostructure, World Scientific Publishing; Fractional Dynamics, De Gruyter; Computational Methods for Data Analysis, De Gruyter; Fractal Analysis: Basic Concepts and Applications, World Scientific Publishing; Symmetry and Complexity, Mdpi AG; and Advances in Mathematical Modelling: Applied Analysis and Computation, Springer. He has made significant contributions to scientific and mathematical research on fundamental topics such as numerical methods, dynamical systems, fractional calculus, fractals, wavelets, nonlinear waves, and data analysis. Dr. Cattani is Editor in Chief of the journals Fractal and Fractional and Information Sciences Letters.

Affiliations and Expertise

Professor (habil. full professor) of Mathematical Physics and Applied Mathematics at the Engineering School (DEIM) of Tuscia University (VT), Italy

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