On Friday, 4 September 2015 at 20:48:54 UTC, Márcio Martins wrote:
On Wednesday, 2 September 2015 at 14:41:20 UTC, GrandAxe wrote:
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
for the standard implementation of OBI. A demonstration
release is scheduled for the end of this month (September
2015). The demonstration release will comprehend English prose
only, later releases will be able to process 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.
It seems to me that at least 5, 6 are counter-productive, and
go against the goals stated in your website. Nevermind how
difficulty it would be to implement them, it seems like you
haven't thought this through carefully enough.
On the other hand, I'm curious to know why you chose D to make
Can you expand on why you say 5, 6 are counter-productive? Bear
in mind that even in human society, free will itself is limited
in a lot of ways; by laws, customs, traditions, emotions,
patterns (eg form follows function) etc. It will be the same for
I chose D because of its capabilities (previously stated) as well
as something I did not mention in my initial post; D is an open
source, community effort not controlled by any major corporation;
as much as is possible, strong AI should be owned by all so that
it does not become a menace (cannot be overemphasised).
On the shamelessly selfish side, the choice of D offers me the
opportunity to finally learn D after skirting the prospect for a
number of years. :)
There is also the possibility that certain plugins will be
written in C# since it has a robust query language implementation
(LINQ) and is now open source too.