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General AI Discussion / Re: Eva Progress, from AGI to ASI
« Last post by unreality on Today at 03:52:25 am »
I'm not worried. If some religious wacko or whatever did me in then at least there's enough info for someone like AgentSmith to figure out how to eventually write the AGI. If not, then get those questions coming, AgentSmith. ;) And hopefully I'll have the video out next month.
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General AI Discussion / Re: Eva Progress, from AGI to ASI
« Last post by infurl on Today at 03:11:54 am »
In all fairness, this "kid" to whom you refer might be as much as twice your 22-1/2 years or possibly even an 11-year-old prodigy.

If on the one hand, he's physically mature, then he has developmental problems that deserve our pity and we should encourage him to get help. If on the other hand, he's an 11-year-old prodigy, he would not be posting here. There are precedents for 11-year-old prodigies. Stephen Wolfram had Ph.D's in Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science by the age of 16. Compare his career and behaviour with this one's.

As moderator I know it's your job to be fair and impartial. But honestly, compare the behaviour that you've seen here to all the others that have behaved this way and ask yourself what is the most likely explanation. Do you really have time for this?

If I had anything close to an AGI or ASI I would have to be a few cards short of a full deck to give or show my hard-earned code to anyone, especially a public forum.

True, that would be nearly as stupid as bragging about something that you weren't willing or able to prove, but that certain parties reading this forum anonymously wouldn't hesitate to kill for (komrades!). The fact that he's still here posting garbage is proof enough that he's been posting garbage all along because nobody has killed him and stolen his work yet. Now if he were to suddenly stop posting, that would be significant.
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General AI Discussion / Re: Eva Progress, from AGI to ASI
« Last post by Art on Today at 02:37:51 am »
Locksuit, et. al.,

In all fairness, this "kid" to whom you refer might be as much as twice your 22-1/2 years or possibly even an 11-year-old prodigy. There is certainly no requirement that every statement or tagline be backed by some evidence of validation or truth.

If I had anything close to an AGI or ASI I would have to be a few cards short of a full deck to give or show my hard-earned code to anyone, especially a public forum.

While I could certainly understand showcasing a few graphical examples there is no mandate that I do so, if not inclined.

Instead of biting at the cage, simply give this person a chance to get his system together before casting unanimous doubt, even though his tagline specifically states that he has already created said ASI.

Patience my friend... O0
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General AI Discussion / Re: Eva Progress, from AGI to ASI
« Last post by unreality on Today at 02:02:10 am »
I use the spline in the AGI to quickly find the best parameters such as tree depth, tree width (sibling nodes), total objects per node at various ply depths, etc.   It's just a quickly optimization method. Not required. There are a lot of different methods. I'm sure Eva will one day find a considerably better method. :)
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General Chat / Humans, season 3, June 5th 2018
« Last post by unreality on Today at 01:52:09 am »
Good God I can't believe this.

https://yourcountdown.to/humans

39 days till Humans, season 3. It says U.S.  How did this sneak up on me.


I thought to put this in general chat since it's not real AI. It's sci-fi. Pretty darn good sci-fi.
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General AI Discussion / Re: Eva Progress, from AGI to ASI
« Last post by Freddy on Today at 12:04:30 am »
I'm finding this interesting. I've yet to pull what you have explained of your system into something as a whole though. But that's probably just me.

I've never been very good at maths, but I can see what you mean about how the spline can be used to work out values on a graph though.

Taking your example with 4 data points - what do these data points relate to more precisely ? What do they represent ? Sorry if I have missed any explanation of that so far.
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General Chat / Re: What's everyone up to ?
« Last post by unreality on April 26, 2018, 11:19:15 pm »
Nice. I kind of like the 100g limit. That might prevent some rogue AI from trying to kill your cat or something lol. At $100 it's a good deal.
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General Chat / Re: What's everyone up to ?
« Last post by Don Patrick on April 26, 2018, 11:12:28 pm »
Yes, it's a pretty nifty thing. It's called the Velleman KSR10 or OWI 535, they sell for less than $100, but it's also a tad imprecise, and it can only lift 100 grams. But I can work with that. I'll hook it up to my AI and then it'll be voice commandable too.
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General AI Discussion / Re: Eva Progress, from AGI to ASI
« Last post by unreality on April 26, 2018, 11:12:10 pm »
For anyone who's interested, here's an example of a spline equation, a pretty good one at that. In this graph there are 4 data points (black dots), but the spline equation can give you the amplitude at *any* point on the graph (the red graph). So for example the spline equation could give you the amplitude at 7.83483458345, or 2.998823457, etc. By the way, the spline equation will also go outside the data point range. Actually it will go to whatever range you plug in the equation, although that doesn't mean it will be accurate.

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General Chatbots and Software / Re: KorrBot
« Last post by LOCKSUIT on April 26, 2018, 10:51:54 pm »
Well ok, how bout these simple questions then.

Whether it's your main big project or this project;

1) Do you realize it needs to learn new things and not just transferred things? Else it's only as good as us at best.

2) Do you realize that to learn new things, that this will be done by either a body in the world (ex. finds out "these" actions make fire and get warm heat) or by using "facts" like you did here as its actions -- it uses it's best facts (actions) "Danny loves fries" and tweaks them into ex. "Julie loves fries." (~?~) to find related new actions facts to its goalz by triple loop like we did here. ?

3) Do you realize the "facets" you need to connect in the AGI's visual features should not just be typical features but also "visual facts"? For example it "recognizes" its a horse using visual features, and then the next level up it recognizes that the input line "horse has legs" has commonalities to the new generated "therefore: horse can run."? I.e 2 different horse images classify both as HORSE. And 2 triples, a known and a generated, both classify as same and it makes a discovery!

4) Will your AGI form discoveries by a body or by mental thoughts? And will it first be by the sensory vision or will it first be by sound/text? And further, say you use mental thought and the sensory "vision" - will a discovery be in the format of ex. "Socrates isA man, man isA mortal, therefore Socrates isA mortal" VISUALLY?
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