Rewrite (rule based system) in General Project Discussion

After a lot of theorizing, finally something concrete from my lab: Exp-Log's little brother, "Rewrite" is marked ready for production use. While Exp-Log is aiming to optimize and tame the order of rule application, Rewrite practice more of a minimalist setup, where rules are applied in strict top-to-bottom order. In fact, I liked this minimalism so much that I decided to make a version of Rewrite ready for production use. Today, after two months of coding struggle, I finally uploaded the production version to dedicated GitHub project home page.

Rewrite may be used as a curiosity computing platform, formula application system, proof checker, problem solver, and pretty much anywhere where any kind of computation is required, as long as slower performance on intensive computations doesn't go beyond limits of user patience.

You can try it in online playground here: https://contrast-zone.github.io/rewrite/playground/index.html. Provided examples include some introductory material, equality predicate, branching choice, Boolean calculator, proof checking, SAT solver, and action planning, while users are invited to experiment with their own code designs (you may want to use an external editor with bracket matching for this purpose).

The project official home page with instructions is here: https://github.com/contrast-zone/rewrite.

Have fun!

6 Comments | Started June 24, 2022, 11:29:08 am

Defective method of intelligence in General AI Discussion

So given a model of artificial intelligence.  (For example AIXIA - the Brain child of Marcus Hutter.)
We need to actually see it in action and fully test what goes on,  because then we can see, have we created a man or a monster!
or the other problem,  is man ACTUALLY a monster?   Not sure.    

But if someone ever got ai to work,  we could learn more about intelligence in general, for all things.

And totally defunct all of civilization as we know it.

And bore ourselves with our own obfuscatedness.   (Everything in plain sight, why not such a thrill anymore???)

4 Comments | Started June 21, 2022, 04:17:57 pm

XKCD on super intelligence in General AI Discussion

https://xkcd.com/2635/#

Be sure to read the tooltip too.

2 Comments | Started June 22, 2022, 01:16:41 am

I got DALL-E 2 access 2 days ago in General Chat

https://www.reddit.com/r/dalle2/comments/vf22nf/photo/

You can see 4 that I just uploaded above that are reallllllly impressive....I made those (with the AI lol).

Just look at my account to find the other 3.

3 Comments | Started June 18, 2022, 04:58:05 pm

Is natural language too verbose? in General Chat

I've been trying to learn to speed read and the methods are obviously to increase the chunking size of reading multiple words, if not entire sentences rather than a single word at a time. I then thought what if we do the opposite. Literally shrink the amount of words in a sentence? I mean that's already happening with text messaging now, right?

Symbolic representation of data can be enhanced from natural language by applying concepts like adjectives into single expressions such as “an old man” could be represented as “man” and even the individuals ethnicity could be expressed by modifying other characters or again imposing another modification to the letter m, e.g. “man” could represent an older man from China that is married. This type of codification compacts information very elegantly and applying this kind of notion to adverbs could work as well. But imagine stating a young married man from china is running from the police as “man++” or a older married man was walking to the store as: “man+

You could change the plus sign colors for different location types. This kind of symbolization could shrink the amount of verbosity in current literature. I mean technical books could shrink from hundreds of pages to less than hundred.

Obviously we would still need to speak English in the verbose way we do now, but we could represent it in a compact way.




6 Comments | Started June 17, 2022, 08:30:07 pm

Documentary Film on Algorithmic Composer David Cope - OPUS COPE in General AI Discussion

Hi all,

My team and I are excited to share with this community our film 'Opus Cope: An Algorithmic Opera,' which celebrates the groundbreaking work of algorithmic composer David Cope and the profound ways in which humans and machines (AI) can be creative.

David has been a firm believer that creativity is everywhere, and his work reflects these values of compassion and understanding, where humans and AI are not necessarily at odds with each other. This collaboration between human and machine resulted from his own creative block in the 80's which led to the first algorithmically composed opera.

'Opus Cope' has screened in festivals across the globe, winning the jury prize at Rock This Town Festival in France, and is scheduled for a national TV release on PBS in the US and streaming platforms like Amazon Prime and Tubi later this year.

We will keep you posted once the film is available to watch, but in the meantime, feel free to check out our trailer:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDH6yZtXm3g

And learn more about the film at www.opcopefilm.com.

Best,
Jae

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Musical visions into machine creativity as algorithmic composer David Cope shares past, present, and future inventions.
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Started June 19, 2022, 03:36:30 am

What a Google AI chatbot said that convinced an engineer it was sentient in AI News

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A Google engineer who was suspended after claiming that an artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot had become sentient has now published transcripts of conversations with it, in a bid “to better help people understand” it as a “person”.

https://www.euronews.com/next/2022/06/13/what-a-google-ai-chatbot-said-that-convinced-an-engineer-it-was-sentient-had-feelings

10 Comments | Started June 13, 2022, 01:05:08 pm

this chatbot responds differently after you have not inputted in General Project Discussion

Code
import os
import json
import random
import time
mytime = time.localtime()  
my_time = time.strftime("%B %d %Y %H:%M:%S", mytime)
###print(mytime)
myttime = []
for i in myttime:
   

 print(i, end="")

myttimez = mytime[5]
myttimek = str(myttimez)
 
talking = [
    "tell me a food you like eating",
    "tell me a tvshow you like to watch",
    "tell me a joke",
    "tell me a poem",
    "have you been having fun ",
    "have you played any games lately",
     
]
print (random.choice(talking))  
 
##print(mytime[5])
isxa = "is a"
quest = "?"
applex = "apple"
fruitx = "fruit"
foodx = "food"
tastex = "taste"
whatx = "what"
doesx = "does"
applesd = "apple"
yoou = "you"
az = "a"
xix = []
xitimeb = ["01", "02", "03"]    
xitimec = ["01", "02", "03"]
xitimed = ["01", "02"]
tex = "axe"
thirtyer = []
sixtyer = []
tthirtyer = []
tstory = []
yesser = "yes"
x = []
a = 1
things = {'apple': {'name' : 'apple', 'living' : 'no', 'food' : 'yes', 'taste' : 'sweet'},
       'lemon': {'name' : 'lemon', 'living' : 'no', 'food' : 'yes', 'taste' : 'bitter'},
       'grape': {'name' : 'grape', 'living' : 'no', 'food' : 'yes', 'taste' : 'sweet'}}
things[4] = {'name' : 'carrot', 'living' : 'no', 'food' : 'yes', 'taste' : 'woody'}
###print(things[4])
del things[4]['taste']
del things['grape']['taste']
###print (things['grape'])
###print (things[4])
del things[4]
json_string = json.dumps(things)
###print(json_string)
hood = dict((new_val,new_k) for new_k,new_val in things['grape'].items()).get('yes')
###print("Dictionary search by value:",hood)
with open('names_of.json', 'w') as outfile:
    json.dump(json_string, outfile)
with open('names_of.json') as file_object:
        # store file data in object
        data = json.load(file_object)
        ###print(data)
        x  =  json.loads(data)  
       
        ###print(x)
        thinger =  random.choice(list(x.items()))
        ###print('see it')
        ###print(thinger)
start_time = time.time()        
my_dict = {}
b = ["/", "/", "/", "/", "/", "/", "/", "/", "/", "/", "/", "/"]  
while True:
      user = input('enter a word')
       
     
      for i in myttime:
 

     

       
           myitime = time.localtime()  
           myi_time = time.strftime("%B %d %Y %H:%M:%S", myitime)
           ###print(myitime[5])
           viv = user.split()
           coo = viv + b
           tee = coo[0]
           tex = coo[1]
           tec = coo[2]
           tep = coo[3]
           tes = coo[4]
           tet = coo[5]
           ###print(x)
      if mytime.tm_hour < 6 or mytime.tm_hour > 17:
         
        xix.append("keep sleeping in her bed")
         
        print(xix)
        break
     
       
     



      elif isxa in user and foodx in user and applex in user and quest in user and yesser in (thirtyer and tstory) and yesser  in (sixtyer and tstory):
         print(x["apple"]["food"])
         xix.clear()


     
           
      elif whatx in user and doesx in user and tastex in user and applex in user and quest in user:
        print("a apple taste's")
        print(x['apple']["taste"])
        xix.clear()
      elif tex in x.keys():
       print('it is there')
       print(tex in x.keys())
       xix.clear()

      elif az in user and isxa in user:
       my_dict.update({tex:tes})
       print(my_dict)
       xix.clear()
      elif yesser in user:
       print("yes")
      elif yoou in user and quest in user:
       print("i am fine")
     

      else:
           print("i am sorry i do not understand")
      elapsed_time = time.time() - start_time
      start_time = time.time()
      mom = str(time.strftime("%M", time.gmtime(elapsed_time)))
      print(mom)
      def herresponse1():
          print('what are you thinking about')
          pass
      def herresponse2():  
          print('are you bored of me')
          pass
      def herresponse3():
          print('did you dose off?')
          pass
      what_she_says = [herresponse1,herresponse2,herresponse3]  
      she_says = random.choice(what_she_says)

      if mom in (xitimeb and xitimec):          
         she_says = random.choice(what_she_says)
         she_says()

         print(she_says)
         if mom in (xitimed and xitimec):
             os.system("thingermy.py")
 this chatbot says one of the follow. if you do not input
in two minutes or three minutes.            
what are you thinking about?
are you bored of me      
did you dose off?

9 Comments | Started June 12, 2022, 05:24:48 pm

Youtube is so annoying in General Chat

I just discovered something really upsetting. All my downloaded videos (a few thousand) using youtube downloader, are not full quality as I compared a frame to the same frame on youtube. Even the new tool I've used to download the last few hundred videos, y2mate, is better but not reaching full quality. This is OK for some my videos, but not for others. YT already degrades uploaded videos, which is just profoundly compounding now. There is YT premium, but I just realized it is only for phone or tablet:

phone/tablet > https://android.stackexchange.com/questions/97399/where-does-youtubes-offline-feature-store-video-files

And I'm not sure it gives you the full video yet either. Or one you can watch truly offline without YT needing to decrypting it.

I do have access to many of the YT videos....I can SEE the HD content, but now I need to go search all their names, and somehow capture them in perfect condition. Any tool to do this? Search google, find the same video, takes me a lot of time, or to realize it is not showing up and LOST. Or even to find the same pic online and the song elsewhere and stitch them together :P lol! I need a scroller AI to google search each video in my folder....

BUT next, I know screen recorders work but I don't know if they can capture exactly every frame and pixel by pixel, it can lag at times for example. Yet it seems plausible since I have all pixels displaying, is this possible? Any expert computerist here know if such perfect screen capture can be made?

I know some content can be found on other sites in even higher quality, or even asking users to hand deliver them (lol), but still...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCJKPPi7Lds

13 Comments | Started June 09, 2022, 08:36:30 pm

Embodied Intelligence in AI Programming

I found this paper on Octopus Neurobiology and it is interesting that it describes how an Octopus' brain is architected and how its motor control for its arms is not centralized as it is in a mammalian brain. The author applies some concepts of robotics to describe the efficacy of the animal's neurobiological approach.

3 Comments | Started June 12, 2022, 12:42:21 am
Real Steel

Real Steel in Robots in Movies

Real Steel is a 2011 American science-fiction sports film starring Hugh Jackman and Dakota Goyo.

In 2020, human boxers have been replaced by robots. Charlie Kenton, a former boxer, owns "Ambush", but loses it in a fight against a bull belonging to promoter and carnival owner Ricky, who rigged the fight to mess with Charlie as he sees him as a joke, partially because he beat him up the last time they competed for bailing on the bet. Having made a bet that Ambush would win as a result, Charlie now has a debt to Ricky he can't pay—which he runs out on.

Apr 20, 2020, 14:25:24 pm
Singularity

Singularity in Robots in Movies

Singularity is a Swiss/American science fiction film. It was written and directed by Robert Kouba, and its first shoot, in 2013, starred Julian Schaffner, Jeannine Wacker and Carmen Argenziano. The film was first released in 2017, after further scenes with John Cusack were added.

In 2020, robotics company C.E.O. Elias VanDorne reveals Kronos, the supercomputer he has invented to end all war. Kronos decides that mankind is responsible for all war, and it tries to use robots to kill all humans. VanDorne and Damien Walsh, a colleague, upload themselves into Kronos and watch the destruction. Ninety-seven years later, Andrew, a kind-hearted young man, wakes up in a ruined world. VanDorne and Walsh, still in Kronos, watch Andrew meet Calia, a teenage girl who seeks the last human settlement, the Aurora. Though Calia is first reluctant to let Andrew accompany her, the two later fall in love.

Apr 18, 2020, 13:37:25 pm
Star Wars: Rogue One

Star Wars: Rogue One in Robots in Movies

Rogue One follows a group of rebels on a mission to steal the plans for the Death Star, the Galactic Empire's super weapon, just before the events of A New Hope.

Former scientist Galen Erso lives on a farm with his wife and young daughter, Jyn. His peaceful existence comes crashing down when the evil Orson Krennic takes him away from his beloved family. Many years later, Galen becomes the Empire's lead engineer for the most powerful weapon in the galaxy, the Death Star. Knowing that her father holds the key to its destruction, Jyn joins forces with a spy and other resistance fighters to steal the space station's plans for the Rebel Alliance.

One of the resistance fighters is K-2SO a droid. He is a CGI character voiced and performed through motion capture by Alan Tudyk. In the film, K-2SO is a KX-series security droid originally created by the Empire.

Feb 25, 2020, 18:50:48 pm
Practical Artificial Intelligence: Machine Learning, Bots, and Agent Solutions Using C#

Practical Artificial Intelligence: Machine Learning, Bots, and Agent Solutions Using C# in Books

Discover how all levels Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be present in the most unimaginable scenarios of ordinary lives. This book explores subjects such as neural networks, agents, multi agent systems, supervised learning, and unsupervised learning. These and other topics will be addressed with real world examples, so you can learn fundamental concepts with AI solutions and apply them to your own projects.

People tend to talk about AI as something mystical and unrelated to their ordinary life. Practical Artificial Intelligence provides simple explanations and hands on instructions. Rather than focusing on theory and overly scientific language, this book will enable practitioners of all levels to not only learn about AI but implement its practical uses.

Feb 10, 2020, 00:14:42 am
Robot Awakening (OMG I'm a Robot!)

Robot Awakening (OMG I'm a Robot!) in Robots in Movies

Danny discovers he is not human, he is a robot - an indestructible war machine. His girlfriend was kidnapped by a mysterious organization of spies who are after him & now he must go on a journey to save his girl and find out why the hell he is a robot?!

Feb 09, 2020, 23:55:45 pm
Program Y

Program Y in AIML / Pandorabots

Program Y is a fully compliant AIML 2.1 chatbot framework written in Python 3. It includes an entire platform for building your own chat bots using Artificial Intelligence Markup Language, or AIML for short. 

Feb 01, 2020, 15:37:24 pm
The AvatarBot

The AvatarBot in Tools

The AvatarBot helps you in finding an Avatar for your Chatbot. Answer a few questions and get a match. Keep trying to get the one you really like.

Dec 18, 2019, 14:51:56 pm
Eva

Eva in Chatbots - English

Our chatbot - Eva - was created by Stanusch Technologies SA. Eva, just 4 weeks after launch, competed in Swansea (UK) for the Loebner Prize 2019 with programs such as Mitsuku and Uberbot! Now, she is in the top 10 most-humanlike bots in the world! :)

Is it possible for Eva to pass the turing test? It's creators believe it is.

Eva has her own personality: she is 23 years old, she is a student from the Academy of Physical Education in Katowice (Lower Silesia district/Poland). She is a very charming and nice young women, who loves to play volleyball and to read books.

Dec 14, 2019, 13:10:13 pm
Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker

Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker in Robots in Movies

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (also known as Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker) is an American epic space opera film produced, co-written, and directed by J. J. Abrams.

A year after the events of The Last Jedi, the remnants of the Resistance face the First Order once again—while reckoning with the past and their own inner turmoil. Meanwhile, the ancient conflict between the Jedi and the Sith reaches its climax, altogether bringing the Skywalker saga to a definitive end.

Nov 15, 2019, 22:31:39 pm
Terminator: Dark Fate

Terminator: Dark Fate in Robots in Movies

Terminator: Dark Fate is a 2019 American science fiction action film directed by Tim Miller and created from a story by James Cameron. Cameron considers the film a direct sequel to his films The Terminator (1984) and Terminator 2: Judgment Day. The film stars Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger returning in their roles of Sarah Connor and the T-800 "Terminator", respectively, reuniting after 28 years.

SPOILERS:

In 1998, three years after defeating the T-1000 and averting the rise of the malevolent artificial intelligence (AI) SkynetSarah Connor and her teenage son John are relaxing on a beach at Guatemala. A T-800 Terminator, sent from the future before Skynet's erasure, arrives and shoots John, killing him.

Mackenzie Davis stars as Grace: A soldier from the year 2042 adopted by Resistance leader Daniella Ramos who was converted into a cyborg and sent by her adoptive mother to protect her younger self from a new advanced Terminator prototype.

Oct 29, 2019, 21:27:46 pm
Life Like

Life Like in Robots in Movies

A couple, James and Sophie, buy an android called Henry to help around the house.

In the beginning, this is perfect for both James and Sophie as Henry does housework and makes a good companion to Sophie. But when Henry’s childlike brain adapts by developing emotions, complications begin to arise

Oct 29, 2019, 21:14:49 pm

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