Adding Semantic Web Knowledge to Intelligent Personal Assistant Agents
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Intelligent Personal Assistant (IPA) agents are software agents which assist users in performing specific tasks. They should be able to communicate, cooperate, discuss, and guide people. This paper presentsa proposal to add Semantic Web Knowledge to IPA agents. In our solution,the IPA agent has a modular knowledge organization composed by four differentiated areas: (i) the rational area, which adds semantic webknowledge, (ii) the association area, which simplifies building appropriate responses, (iii) the commonsense area, which provides common sense responses, and (iv) the behavioral area, which allows IPA agents to show empathy. Our main objective is to create more intelligent and more humana alike IPA agents, enhancing the current abilities that these software agents provide.
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