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Cool tests! PyDatalog does Datalog (which is ~Prolog, but similar and very capable) logic programming with SQLAlchemy (and database indexes) and apparently NoSQL support. https://sites.google.com/site/pydatalog/

Datalog: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Datalog

... TBH, IDK about logic programming and bad facts. Resilience to incorrect and incredible information is - I suppose - a desirable feature of any learning system that reevaluates its learnings as additional and contradictory information makes its way into the datastores.

Thanks for the feedback :) I'll definitely check out Datalog - I didn't realize they had logic programming integrated with SQLAlchemy, so it definitely sounds interesting!

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