Just heard a fascinating Artificial Intelligence talk - http://cognitive-science.info/community/events/ - (on my Android smartphone) about AI’s IBM Watson by Professor Jim Hendler (and IBM’s J.S. and D.F. were also listening), and asked some follow up questions.
I asked a question at the end about “pointing” Watson to MIT OCW and in its 8 non-English languages differentially from pointing Watson to Wikipedia with its 288 languages (Jim Hendler used the word "pointing" to describe focusing Watson on interacting with, for example, Wookieepedia - http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page - to ask something of this wiki) . As a followup question, I then asked something like “Instead of inquiring of Watson about what course can I take? …” (an idea Jim Hendler had responded to me with) - on the Wikipedia side, if a wiki article parallels a course, how could I engage Watson to ask what I can add to a particular WUaS wiki article or to a MIT OCW course (all with adding artificial intelligence to World University and School in all 7,106 languages and 242 countries) …
Heading up to Harbin now from near the Middletown Public Library (about 4 miles away) where I drove to in order to access the AI conference call … (no great internet signal at this time in the morning in Middletown – Jim Hendler’s talk began at 7:30 am Pacific Time – he was at Rennsaeler Polytechnic in Buffalo NY I think) …
What IBM Watson, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI or A.I.) may significantly "point" to is "linked open data" files.
As Kingsley Idehen puts in his G+ Profile bragging rights "I have been to the future and it was full of secure- and privacy-aware Linked Open Data! :-)" (https://plus.google.com/+KingsleyIdehen/about).
As accrediting WUaS begins to build with AI, in what ways can we add AI to our online bookstore planned for all 7,106 languages and 242 countries at the same time?
Adding AI to virtual worlds, and for the making of virtual Harbin as part of a virtual earth?
In what ways could WUaS also engage these donating "mechanisms" below from Peter Norvig to encourage people to add wiki resources to WUaS? Find a donor to offer a matching grant, say $1 for every reference which someone wiki-adds to a WUaS page ?
Give $1 to 'Education matters!' and Peter will match it. Support Opening Village Doors Foundation® together! – One Today by Google https://onetoday.google.com/m/1oxkz0ez
Give $1 to 'Kesho Leo Children's Village' and Peter will match it. Support food water shelter incorporated together! – One Today by Google https://onetoday.google.com/m/vgwcjusi
Give $1 to 'Adopt an afternoon lesson program' and Peter will match it. Support Develop Africa together! – One Today by Google https://onetoday.google.com/m/ah8nfrc_ ),
Thanks Peter Norvig! of Google Research which above charitable link examples I found here on his G+ page -