Wissen gewinnen und gewinnen durch Wissen
[Gaining knowledge and winning with knowledge]
According to Alfred Korzybski (1921) humans unlike plants and animals have the property to bind time, i.e. they are able to transfer experience through time. Humans are capable to collenct knowledge from the past and communicate their knowledge to the future. This paper investigates the possibilities and limitations to describe this capability by algorithms and implement it in artificial learning systems.
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