> Patrick Durusau wrote: I am sure Azamat will formulate his own response but
> I can answer for
> myself since I share the opinion that there is no "universal ontology."
> Dear Patrick,
> Let me just ensure you that there is a ''universal ontology'', '' global
> ontology'', '' master ontology'', or '' standard ontology'', as a
> comprehensive consistent world model.
> Otherwise, no Semantic Web, no artificial intelligent systems, etc.
I have a question about the use of a "universal ontology" or some
substantial part thereof. (02)
Would all systems using the same "universal ontology" or some part
thereof, given the same inputs, reach the same results? (03)
Hope you are at the start of a great week! (04)
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