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LOCKSUIT

What kind of abilities will AGI have? in General AI Discussion

I know, I know... this thread is probably somewhat redundant.
And...we all know a.i.'s capabilities are extensive and intensive at the same time.

But my main question is: What actual Abilities will an true AGI posses that make it an AGI? Being able to pick up objects? No... Reasoning yes... But my question is, what does it change in the world? How? What are its "world changing" abilities? That, that is my question! Yes grasping is important but...that's just implementing the solution.

Here's a fake example answer:

AGI will be:
Able to recognize objects.
Able to do math (the AGI is a/has a calculator) (lol).
Able to successfully conveyor belt products in a limited/narrow factory in China.
Able to reason (what does that even mean, explain).
Able to predict (what? How? Why?).
Able to do cloaking.
Able to teleport.
Able to generate crazy artworks.
Able to jump around a house.

19 Comments | Started October 11, 2018, 11:15:20 pm
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Hopefully Something

ETHICS in General AI Discussion

If we create an AGI, we need to make sure it behaves well. I tried to distill ethics to the basic principles. Let me know if I've forgotten to include anything important.

ETHICS : Do not attempt nor accomplish actions which do unjust harm to other life. Attempt and accomplish actions which aid other life.

12 Comments | Started October 10, 2018, 06:30:14 am
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korrelan

Tag... you're it... in AI News



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9 Comments | Started October 13, 2018, 08:53:55 pm
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Vinicivs

A big Hi to all bot lovers and makers! in New Users Please Post Here

Hello guys!

Nice to find this forum. It seems to be pretty active. I am seeking the best section where I can ask about integration of IOT devices and chatbot platforms, specially Azure Bot Services. Also I would like to hear some opinion from veterans here about how Azure/Microsoft bot framework can handle real-time data from my sensors. Although I have found many experiences about bots controlling homes or appliances, my bot is not supposed to control anything: I just want to push data from analog/digital sensors and feed the conversation.

Looking to hear from you mates!

Thanks in advance.

3 Comments | Started October 13, 2018, 11:30:09 am
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LOCKSUIT

BOOST in General Chat

I've noticed from my own work that if I feel pressured and have to do, I will make discoveries faster and get more work done, including if you work 24/7 and do-not take those "breaks".

It's kinda like that Russian 1950 dog head kept alive for a short time, we still can't do better than that or focus on it even, but if even 1 person devoted all their time and felt they had to come up with the solution by next year, it'd come.

Imagine your name is Ian Goodfellow. You feel like you can do magic, fast. Why can't you be fast and excellent? You can. You only think not maybe because your last name is Rogers. Silly example but may help.

Just don't boost on the alcohol.

24 Comments | Started October 07, 2018, 08:19:27 am
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Art

In need of a psychological coach? in AI News

Perhaps you just need someone to chat with about personal issues or anxieties you might be dealing with.
This is reportedly helping lots of folks...

https://www.wysa.io/faq

5 Comments | Started October 10, 2018, 09:30:40 pm
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DemonRaven

collaborators wanted. in AI Programming

I have to finish it as I am not totally happy with the look but I am starting a web based business for creating chatbots and websites. IF anyone is interested or bored and wants to help let me know. I can't promise you any money. If you do get work it will because someone hired you from the website. I can promise to try to get the word out though so if you are retired, unemployed, bored, whatever join me.

Started October 13, 2018, 12:16:52 pm
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Tyler

XKCD Comic : Rock Wall in XKCD Comic

Rock Wall
12 October 2018, 5:00 am

I don't trust mantle/core geologists because I suspect that, if they ever get a chance to peel away the Earth's crust, they'll do it in a heartbeat.

Source: xkcd.com

Started October 13, 2018, 12:00:36 pm
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LOCKSUIT

How many lines of code will AGI be? in General AI Discussion

To spice up the thread, let's add 3 more questions:

Q - How many lines of code is your AGI at the moment? And what can that do / how close to true AGI?
Q - How many lines are in a CNN recognizer? LSTM? GAN? Google's puzzle solver? Tell us a bit about their code sizes.
Q - How many for python, how many for C, and how many for C++?

3 Comments | Started October 12, 2018, 08:48:24 pm
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8pla.net

ChatbotML on Twitch in Home Made Robots

ChatbotML, is turning out to be a fun way
to discover how chatbots work on Twitch.

It can read from the Twitch Chat Stream,
and render its response in the video in
just a few seconds.

If you are on twitch, please have a look:

https://www.twitch.tv/chatbotml

Read more about this on this thread...

5 Comments | Started October 10, 2018, 01:11:36 am
Mitsuku wins Loebner Prize 2018!

Mitsuku wins Loebner Prize 2018! in Articles

The Loebner Prize 2018 was held in Bletchley Park, England on September 8th this year and Mitsuku won it for a 4th time to equal the record number of wins. Only 2 other people (Joseph Weintraub and Bruce Wilcox) have achieved this. In this blog, I’ll explain more about the event, the day itself and a few personal thoughts about the future of the contest.

Sep 17, 2018, 19:10:51 pm
Automata (Series)

Automata (Series) in Robots on TV

In an alternate 1930's Prohibition-era New York City, it's not liquor that is outlawed but the future production of highly sentient robots known as automatons. Automata follows former NYPD detective turned private eye Sam Regal and his incredibly smart automaton partner, Carl Swangee. Together, they work to solve the case and understand each other in this dystopian America.

Sep 08, 2018, 00:16:22 am
Steve Worswick (Mitsuku) on BBC Radio 4

Steve Worswick (Mitsuku) on BBC Radio 4 in Other

Steve Worswick: "I appeared on BBC Radio 4 in August in a feature about chatbots. Leeds Beckett University were using one to offer places to students."

Sep 06, 2018, 23:50:39 pm
Extinction

Extinction in Robots in Movies

Extinction is a 2018 American science fiction thriller film directed by Ben Young and written by Spenser Cohen, Eric Heisserer and Brad Kane. The film stars Lizzy Caplan, Michael Peña, Mike Colter, Lilly Aspell, Emma Booth, Israel Broussard, and Lex Shrapnel. It was released on Netflix on July 27, 2018.

Peter, an engineer, has recurring nightmares in which he and his family suffer through violent, alien invasion-like confrontations with an unknown enemy. As the nightmares become more stressful, they take a toll on his family, too.

Sep 06, 2018, 23:42:51 pm
Tau

Tau in Robots in Movies

Tau is a 2018 science fiction thriller film, directed by Federico D'Alessandro, from a screenplay by Noga Landau. It stars Maika Monroe, Ed Skrein and Gary Oldman.

It was released on June 29, 2018, by Netflix.

Julia is a loner who makes money as a thief in seedy nightclubs. One night, she is abducted from her home and wakes up restrained and gagged in a dark prison inside of a home with two other people, each with an implant in the back of their necks. As "subject 3," she endures a series of torturous psychological sessions by a shadowy figure in a lab. One night, she steals a pair of scissors and destroys the lab in an escape attempt, but she is stopped and the other two subjects are killed by a robot in the house, Aries, run by an artificial intelligence, Tau.

Alex, the technology executive who owns the house, reveals the implant is collecting her neural activity as she completes puzzles, and subjects her to more tests, because he is using the data to develop more advanced A.I. with a big project deadline in a few days.

Sep 06, 2018, 23:30:00 pm
Bot Development Frameworks - Getting Started

Bot Development Frameworks - Getting Started in Articles

What Are Bot Frameworks ?

Simply explained, a bot framework is where bots are built and where their behavior is defined. Developing and targeting so many messaging platforms and SDKs for chatbot development can be overwhelming. Bot development frameworks abstract away much of the manual work that's involved in building chatbots. A bot development framework consists of a Bot Builder SDK, Bot Connector, Developer Portal, and Bot Directory. There’s also an emulator that you can use to test the developed bot.

Mar 23, 2018, 20:00:23 pm
A Guide to Chatbot Architecture

A Guide to Chatbot Architecture in Articles

Humans are always fascinated with self-operating devices and today, it is software called “Chatbots” which are becoming more human-like and are automated. The combination of immediate response and constant connectivity makes them an enticing way to extend or replace the web applications trend. But how do these automated programs work? Let’s have a look.

Mar 13, 2018, 14:47:09 pm
Sing for Fame

Sing for Fame in Chatbots - English

Sing for Fame is a bot that hosts a singing competition. 

Users can show their skills by singing their favorite songs. 

If someone needs inspiration the bot provides suggestions including song lyrics and videos.

The bot then plays it to other users who can rate the song.

Based on the ratings the bot generates a top ten.

Jan 30, 2018, 22:17:57 pm
ConciergeBot

ConciergeBot in Assistants

A concierge service bot that handles guest requests and FAQs, as well as recommends restaurants and local attractions.

Messenger Link : messenger.com/t/rthhotel

Jan 30, 2018, 22:11:55 pm