I am personally pretty skeptical about the project. Yet, in the
discussion on Linkedin, the answers from Hans Peter Willems (CEO) are
interesting. Let us see.
On 28.04.2012 02:49 John Mikes said the following:
are you sure we 'know' the base-line of AI? is (human) mentality discovered
in all its details? is it possible to program ALL details into a machine?
We seem to be restricted to our insufficient knowledge of the "so far". All
we can artificialize is that sofarness of (human) intelligence. (I
emphasize *HUMAN *because that's the one we came closest to. Bruno's
Universal Machine may know more, but we don't know the Universal Machine.
On Fri, Apr 27, 2012 at 4:11 PM, meekerdb<meeke...@verizon.net> wrote:
Hmmm. An organization consisting of a CEO, an accountant, and a finance
guy that needs lots of money to develop human level AI.
On 4/27/2012 11:32 AM, Evgenii Rudnyi wrote:
A link from my discussion on Linkedin
"MIND|CONSTRUCT is developing a 'strong-AI engine', a so called AI-mind,
that can be used in (human-like) robotics, healthcare, aerospace sciences
and every other area where 'conscious' man-machine interaction is of any
The MIND|CONSTRUCT organization is the culmination of many years in
AI-research and the so called 'hard-problems', and the application of
elaborate experience in knowledge-management, for the design and
development of a 'strong-AI engine'."
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