that is extremely helpful. Can't wait for 0.03 :-)
On Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 11:44:18 AM UTC+8, linas wrote:
> For your reading pleasure, here is version 0.02 of the document. It
> details the language processing pipeline. Please review, as it sets the
> stage for the next installment.
> Please keep in mind that this document is describing the current code
> base, and will be raising design issues for the near-short-term
> design+implementation. As such, it is only philosophical or metaphysical to
> the point of how that affects specific design decisions.
> Please keep in mind that the current code base *actually works*, and, on a
> good day, can be demoed.
> If there are any questions, or any parts that are unclear, or vague, or
> obtuse, or seem to involve stupid design decisions, please raise these as
> issues. I'll try to fix them.
>> Noah, All, evolution gives humans and other living things many pre-canned
>> functions like edge detectors in the eye. In vision system some people add
>> the early edge detectors and some ask the blank slate to figure everything
>> out for itself from scratch. My preference is to give the system as much of
>> a leg up as possible. Later when we have functioning system we can explore
>> the growth from blank slate question.
>> Self and not-self is a very early learning. I am that which I can control
>> the movement of. The other is the warm, soft, and giving entity (Mom and
>> Dad). The other becomes the family. Then strangers are discerned and
>> apparently rated as dangerous instinctively, then learned as safe and
>> not-safe strangers.
>> If we want to be experimental psychologists we can force the system to
>> learn these early lesson from scratch. If we want a functioning embodied
>> conversationalist in a reasonable amount of time then let's give it a head
>> start. Both are valid pursuits. We have to pick one to start with.
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