It´s not only category theory, but category theory to solve te problem of
spurious inferences, of the type that plague tradicional neural networks
and semantic nets when they learn automatically things: for example: a car
may be red, therefore red flowers may consume fuel.
2012/7/14 Stephen P. King <stephe...@charter.net>
> On 7/14/2012 4:52 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
>> On 14 Jul 2012, at 07:48, Alberto G. Corona wrote:
>>> I took a look at the book of Jon Barwise and it seems very interesting.
>>> This use of category theory with information seems promising. I´m
>>> interested in both: how the living beings transmit and use information to
>>> achieve homeostasis (maintain internal entrophy). And it seems that the
>>> mind use category theory to systematize and navigate this information:
>> Not to bad summary of category theory. A bit superficial on cognition,
>> though, imo.
>> I agree!
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