Category Archives: Development

Inference Meta-Learning (part I)

This is the introductory part of a blog series about my work on inference control learning for OpenCog. It introduces the problematic, an initial design solution and some early results. More interesting results will come in subsequent parts. Introduction Inference … Continue reading

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Many Worlds: Reasoning about Reasoning

When one reasons about the world, what is one actually doing? This post is about that. Its also about some abstract nonsense. Continue reading

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The Viterbi Parser

The new Viterbi decoder for Link Grammar should offer better integration with higher level semantic algorithms! Continue reading

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Tuning Metalearning in MOSES

I’ve been studying MOSES recently, with an eye towards performance tuning it. Turns out optimization algorithms don’t always behave the way you think they do, and certainly not the way you want them to. Given a table of values, MOSES … Continue reading

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Preview of a virtual learning environment

It’s been a while since the last update, but be assured we’ve been very busy working away on the embodiment code and developing our virtual learning environment. With AGI-11 now in progress at the Googleplex, we’ve put together a few … Continue reading

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OpenCog Recap – March to May 2011

Wow – it’s been while since the last OpenCog Recap. I think it’s time to rectify that, as there’s been a lot happening since then! In early April, Ben visited Hong Kong to give guidance to the long-term plan for … Continue reading

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DeSTIN vision development

Late in 2010 a working group was formed to turn the research code for DeSTIN, originally implement and developed by Tom Karnowski as part of his PhD, into a quality open source project. There have been a number of contributors … Continue reading

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