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Author Archives: Ben Goertzel
I thought a bit today about how OpenCog’s action selector (based on the Psi model from Dietrich Dorner and Joscha Bach) relates to approaches to action selection and behavior learning one sees in the reinforcement learning literature.
After some musing, …
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 …
This post presents some speculative ideas and plans, but I broadcast them here because I think they are of particular strategic importance for the OpenCog project….
The topic is: how OpenCog and “current-variety deep learning perception algorithms” can help each …
This post describes some new thought-experiments regarding PLN, which have not yet been tested nor worked out mathematically in detail… Reader beware — there could be some mistakes here! But I think the ideas are interesting enough …
Alex van der Peet (of the OpenCog Hong Kong team) has been working on cataloguing all Atom types currently in use in the OpenCog code on the wiki site.
This page lists them all, with a page for each one:
One of the tools OpenCog has needed for a long time, is something that can relatively quickly scan an Atomspace and find the interesting patterns in it. ”Interesting” may be defined in a variety of ways, such as “frequent”, …
Here is an update on some recent OpenCog work that may be relevant to some of you…
(Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have detailed questions)
The main update is that the “virtual pet QA system” now answers questions regarding many more spatial …
Joel Pitt has done some experiments testing first-order PLN inference in OpenCog, on some very simple data.
These experiments don’t use the indefinite probability formulas but rather the good old fashioned SimpleTruthValue PLN formulas.
What they involve is using PLN to …
This summer OpenCog was chosen by Google to participate in the Google Summer of Code project: Google funded 11 students from around the world to work on OpenCog coding projects under the supervision of experienced mentors associated with the …