Category Archives: Introduction

Why Hypergraphs?

I’ve recently been hacking on creating a new parser for the Link Grammar theory of natural language parsing. I want to couple parsing to machine learning (ML), to that I can use ML to learn natural languages. … Continue reading

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Genetic Crossover in MOSES

MOSES is a system for learning programs from input data.  Given a table of input values, and a column of outputs, MOSES tries to learn a program, the simplest program that can reproduce the output given the input values. …

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The AGI Summer School 2009

In the middle of last year, Xiamen University hosted the first international summer school on Artificial General Intelligence. While several of the core OpenCog developers, and Ben Goertzel were there to teach, it passed by somewhat quietly on our …

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Sentence Patterns

I’ve recently resumed work on the question-answering chatbot, and am trying to get it to comprehend a broader range of questions and statements.   The “big idea” is to create a number of “sentence patterns” that the pattern matcher can …

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OpenCogPrime Tutorial Chat Sessions beginning September 2008

I have decided to run a series of IRC sessions focused on collectively discussing the OpenCogPrime design, via working through the OpenCogPrime wikibook and discussing the ideas therein chapter-by-chapter.

Details are at http://opencog.org/wiki/OpenCogPrime:TutorialSessions

The sessions will be weekly and will start …

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Ben Goertzel presents OpenCog: A Software Framework for Integrative AGI

A 7-minute video from the AGI-08 post-conference workshop.

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