Supporting Pluralism by Artificial Intelligence: Conceptualizing Epistemic Disagreements as Digital Artifacts

Soheil Human, Golnaz Bidabadi, Vadim Savenkov

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    Abstract

    A crucial concept in philosophy and social sciences, epistemic disagreement, has not yet been adequately reflected in the Web. In this paper, we call for development of intelligent tools dealing with epistemic disagreements on the Web to support pluralism. As a first step, we present Polyphony, an ontology for representing and annotating epistemic disagreements.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages190-193
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    Publication statusPublished - 2018

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