Monthly Archives: June 2021

Text Attribution with Link Grammar

A question was recently asked as to whether Link Grammar could be used to attribute text to a specific author. I had fun writing the reply; let me reproduce it below. It starts at square one. Consider a police detective … Continue reading

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“Wave function collapse” for procedural generation

I’ve just been notified about an exciting and important algorithm for procedural generation: the “wave function collapse algorithm“, described by Marian Kleineberg in 2019. I want to talk about it here, from the viewpoint of natural language generation. It’s a … Continue reading

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Everything is a Network

The goal of AGI is to create a thinking machine, a thinking organism, an algorithmic means of knowledge representation, knowledge discovery and self-expression. There are two conventional approaches to this endeavor. One is the ad hoc assembly of assorted technology … Continue reading

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