Monthly Archives: October 2016

Cogistry: Accelerating Algorithmic Chemistry via Cognitive Synergy

This post describes some speculative ideas for new AI/AGI/Artificial-Life/Artificial-Chemistry development that could be done on top of the OpenCog platform, leveraging OpenCog tools in a novel way.

These are not necessarily proposed for immediate-term development – we have a lot …

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Smart Contract Blockchains

Blockchains and smart contracts are all the rage, these days. What does this have to do with OpenCog?  Let me explain.
The idea of a block-chain comes from the idea of block ciphers, where you want to securely sign …

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