Ben,  You are on the right track, but you missed a
      fundamental principle and therefore are missing
      advantageous use of it in mapping the question.

      The issue comes out as an adjunct one: why is
      standard logic insufficient -and- incomplete,
      when applying it to observed natural logic functions
      of intelligence, mind, and feedthrough (back&forward)
      information nets?

      Statistical re-evaluation of probability -is- important.

      But then, the real world gets muddied, with such organs
      as the hypothalmus.  :-)

Jamie Rose

>I wrote a sort-of-review of this book some time ago...
>-- Ben Goertzel
>       -----Original Message-----
>       From: Lennart Nilsson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
>       Sent: Friday, August 12, 2005 2:00 PM
>       Thoughts on the ” Memory-prediction framework” in
>       explaining intelligence anyone?
>       Book: Jeff Hawkins “On Intelligence”

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