Tag Archives: OpenCog

OpenCog Google-Summer-Of-Code Roundup

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 OpenCog … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Launch of OpenCog Prime, a detailed design for a thinking machine, an AGI with the potential for intelligence at the human level and beyond

The purpose of this blog post is to announce the release of a wikibook outlining a design for a specific AGI system intended to be built on top of the OpenCog framework. This system design is called OpenCogPrime, and is … Continue reading

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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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