On Wednesday, 2 September 2015 at 15:14:12 UTC, Martin Drašar
Dne 2.9.2015 v 16:41 GrandAxe via Digitalmars-d-announce
This is to inform the D Language community that the first
viable general artificial algorithm is being written in D. It
is called Organic Big data intelligence (OBI); the website is
Some of its capabilities are:
1. Ability to learn
2. Ability to analyse
3. Problem solving
4. Moral judgement
5. Ability to feel emotions
6. Free will
8. Self awareness
D Language was chosen for its versatility. It is a language
with high level syntax and low capabilities, as well as
excellent performance and being open source.
Unnetworked personal mobile devices are the target platform
standard implementation of OBI. A demonstration release is
the end of this month (September 2015). The demonstration
comprehend English prose only, later releases will be able to
input from other languages, as well as sensory input.
OBI will be a mixture of open and closed source modules.
To God be the Glory.
Umm... not that I would not like an AI like this written in D,
but this is probably the most extraordinary claim I have seen
in some time. And no extraordinary evidence seems to be
Also, points 4 - 8 scream SCAM! all around. Especially when
there is no credible research linked to the name of Asame
So, let's just hope that the linked page was not an attack
vector and this is not jsut an elaborate social engineering :-)
Scam?! I haven't asked you for a farthing, so what nonsense are
you talking about?
Why not just wait until the end of September before you explore
the limits of rudeness?
On my website there is a picture I claim to be of myself at a
ceremony to receive an award from Microsoft. Surely, it isn't
that much of a stretch to ask Microsoft if they ever gave a
certain Asame Obiomah an award, is it?
After you have verified that, you can go a step further; no, go
the whole hog; tell the police that someone is scamming the world
with the term "patent pending" with which I refer to OBI at
www.okeuvo.com. Surely, a "clever" sod like you would know that
it is a crime to abuse the term "patent pending."