Tag Archives: AttentionAllocation

Spaced repetition and memory

An article in Wired from a while back on Piotr Wozniak (no relation to Steve), a researcher of optimal memory and learning strategies, got me thinking about learning theory and memorization in the context of OpenCog. From the article (emphasis … Continue reading

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New importance spread system

Well, I’d noticed it’s been a while since we’ve had a post here and thought I’d rectify it with a brief note of what I’ve been up to. Posts of more substance are on their way I promise! Recently we’ve … Continue reading

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Hopfield network example

As a toy problem for playing/testing/understanding attention allocation in OpenCog, I’ve been emulating the behaviour of a Hopfield network within the OpenCog AtomSpace. For those not already aware, a Hopfield network is a kind of recurrent neural network that acts … Continue reading

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A week in Maryland

I’ve been spending the last week at Ben Goertzel’s place to discuss the work I’ve done on attention allocation and to get up to speed on Probabilistic Logic Networks (PLN). There was also an introduction to Relex and RelexToFrame and … Continue reading

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Hebbian Links and Importance Spreading

This post will cover the HebbianLink, and two MindAgents, the ImportanceSpreadingAgent and the HebbianLearningAgent. The former agent spreads Short term importance (STI) along HebbianLinks, while the later updates the HebbianLink truth values.

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