Indiana Philosophy Ontology Project
- InPhO redirects here. For the Indian National Physics Olympiad, see INPho
Indiana Philosophy Ontology Project (InPhO) is a project of Indiana University's Cognitive Science Program funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. It is an attempt to create a model of the discipline of philosophy as an online resource. The website https://inpho.cogs.indiana.edu makes it possible to search and navigate via relations among philosophical ideas scholars and works. Software that can extract meaningful content from ever-growing digital sources is verified and trained by expert feedback so as to build and manage a machine-readable representation of the relations among philosophical ideas and thinkers. Application testbeds include the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP), Noesis: Philosophical Research Online and Google Scholar.