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The AI Magazine
■ A long-standing dream of artificial intelligence has been to put commonsense knowledge into computers-enabling machines to reason about everyday life. Some projects, such as Cyc, have begun to amass large collections of such knowledge. However, it is widely assumed that the use of common sense in interactive applications will remain impractical for years, until these collections can be considered sufficiently complete and commonsense reasoning sufficiently robust. Recently, at thedoi:10.1609/aimag.v25i4.1785 dblp:journals/aim/LiebermanLSB04 fatcat:bm6wkzaabrdi7mi4weti2qceii