Is short-term long-term algorithms what I think they are?

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Re: Is short-term long-term algorithms what I think they are?
« Reply #15 on: March 03, 2017, 10:00:49 pm »
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Also we have a nice safeguard for figuring out

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Even if we tend to try to mentally figure out what the morse code someone tells us, the letters are still not the word "bulldozer", rather we can ONLY say the letters we GOT more faster together i.e. c a t. We only pop "cat" into our head when the letters fetch it.

I'm working on this. Give me a moment. I tend to make discoveries fluently like air i breath.

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Re: Is short-term long-term algorithms what I think they are?
« Reply #16 on: March 03, 2017, 10:52:45 pm »
Locksuit said, "I tend to make discoveries fluently like air i breath." after discovering that   "You can see your hand/clock-hand move." is missing a dimension if it is, "Everywhere. In 3D." since,  time (clock) is 4D (the fourth dimension).
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Re: Is short-term long-term algorithms what I think they are?
« Reply #17 on: March 03, 2017, 11:08:26 pm »
1. We are robots not 4D consciousnesses.

2. Importantly - the 3D clump of senses are each differently brighter than the other as the video sense, and as each frame is matched for vid-matching.

Also when I say p o p c o r n (ask a friend on your house) you begin to see it being built! Then it matches. Theoretically the sound could match the clip-recognizer but c a t sounds different a lot than cat. So there's my algorithm again! the place, test (recognize) then place here, repeat, until the letters are neatly placed on a paper and you see the word being built as you're told.

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Re: Is short-term long-term algorithms what I think they are?
« Reply #18 on: March 03, 2017, 11:41:20 pm »
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We are robots not 4D consciousnesses

If your brain didn't reference/ incorporate the 4th dimension (time) you wouldn't even be able to read this sentence.

Reality/ life/ knowledge/ etc has a sequence/ order... sequence=time.... end of.

In my opinion incorporating time into a AGI design is extremely important.

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Re: Is short-term long-term algorithms what I think they are?
« Reply #19 on: March 04, 2017, 01:49:00 am »
To recognize motion or all this Language you have suspect memories be hit multiple times. Ex. c a t. can hit the cat memory 3 times. Each ballerina spin frame matches that tv shows babe about 9 times that you catch from the wikipedia GIF.

To reference if someone asks what just did you can internally select those displaced slope of stars (videosense) OR match n link from "today".

VideoSense senses recently selected hold charge and echo.

My AI has a big sequence History-Bar in the center.

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Re: Is short-term long-term algorithms what I think they are?
« Reply #20 on: March 04, 2017, 05:14:49 pm »
In my opinion incorporating time into a AGI design is extremely important.


Paradoxically,  narrow A.I. designs also depend on past events.
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Re: Is short-term long-term algorithms what I think they are?
« Reply #21 on: March 04, 2017, 05:25:17 pm »
To recognize motion or all this Language...

A model for representation of NLG (Natural Language Generation).
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