Educated in several acronyms across the globe (UNISR, LSE, NYU, SFI, MIT), I am spending most of my time on natural language processing and data analysis for Artificial Intelligence companies.
I failed the Turing Test once, but that was many friends ago.
TOOSO • January 2015
tooso NLP query languages
feat. Ciro Greco, Jacopo Romagnolo
Tooso is a multi-language search engine for in-site search. Using sophisticated NLP technology,
Tooso can provide a one-click answer to complex queries over linked data, such as
"ben stiller movies with the author of Let's Dance" (yes David, we loved you there).
Explore Tooso's evolution on the project website or take a look at the Rotten Tomato's demo.
SEP Network • June 2013
SEP d3 citation networks
The project exploits d3's amazing capabilities to display a citation network for the 250 most visited entries in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (data from 2012).
Each node represents an entry: the color represents the relevant sub-field, the size is proportional to the PageRank (the "network centrality") of the entry; A is connected to B only if
the first includes the second as a relevant "related entry".
Surprisingly enough, while most of the popular entries concern moral or political philosophy, the single most important page is Russell's.
Explore the visualization on this page or request the code used to prepare the data and visualize the network.
Ask a question about the project.
Digital Philosophy • April 2013
ontology computation cellular automata artificial intelligence
The project aims to develop a qualitative ontology for automated reasoning in digital universes. Using tools and insights from philosophy, logic, computer science, the formal theory is implemented and tested
in an open source framework, where users can ask the computer questions about the digital inhabitants of these toy worlds.
The scholarly paper "A New Kind of Philosophy" is an abstract, philosophical sketch of the research project.
A pre-print, free version of the dissertation can be found on Academia.
The code is released under the open GNU GPL license.
Ask a question about the project or request the latest version of the code.
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