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Re: What's everyone up to ?
« Reply #1020 on: December 31, 2021, 04:02:32 pm »
Happy New Year everyone.  :D
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« Reply #1021 on: January 05, 2022, 05:43:30 pm »
Finally :favicon:

My visualization project is officially accepted by OpenCog community. The project accent is on attracting new users and educating newbies. Visit the project home page here: https://github.com/opencog/cogprotolab.

Happy New Year everyone :)

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« Reply #1022 on: February 03, 2022, 08:38:42 am »
Hi folks. This is another drive by link dropping  ;D

I've been working on a game that is derived from an old 80s title called The Lords of Midnight. My game is called Wars of Midnight.

There's a little AI going on here, with path finding and decision making made on orders. Interesting to work on.

If you are interested: https://warsofmidnight.uk

How is everyone doing? I've seen a few videos of GPT-3 bots talking to each other lately, reminds me of how we got ALICE to talk to UltraHAL many years ago now.

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Re: What's everyone up to ?
« Reply #1023 on: February 06, 2022, 01:06:35 am »
Finally :favicon:

My visualization project is officially accepted by OpenCog community. The project accent is on attracting new users and educating newbies. Visit the project home page here: https://github.com/opencog/cogprotolab.

Happy New Year everyone :)
in your example program for cogprotolab would n't it be easier to say all things have mass except light and forces. instead of trying to list everything that has mass.
i do that with my chatbot.

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Re: What's everyone up to ?
« Reply #1024 on: February 08, 2022, 12:05:40 am »
I'm doing now the Ray Kurzweil thing now, kind of. I calculated all my foods for a day, to make sure I get exactly the right amounts, so that I can extend my lifespan more plus be healthy. I'll need to do blood tests at home later to make sure, also. Here it is below. What do you think? I'm almost done my foods, I had to add walnuts, almonds next.

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Go look at all your food labels and make sure you meet all the below in total for a day's intake. Here is a pretty accurate table I made from a few sources and has my food plan, same plan for every day. A variety of foods is better, that can be achieved during the day's plan instead of eating a different thing the next day. Most my foods seem to follow the food pyramid, seem very tasty to me, don't "feel" potent or overly sugary (chicken strips are greasy, feels like a giveaway, like burnt thing, I avoid burnt food), some are common around the world like bread, most are general purpose and have most of what you need, and I have already mostly been living off this for all my life, I'm 26 and hopefully can stop any more frozen fries and nuggets, sometimes I have a few and only half a root beer soda with only the chicken strips, and sometimes, a hotdog or half of one:

I found my calcium was at the upper limit of 2,500mg a day, with 8 cups+ a day of 2% milk, LOL. My sugar was like 180g a day, and carb high. My saturated fat was high, I think 22 or 24 or something. And lacked vitamin e almost totally I think and biotin mostly if I recall.

You may need to open this widescreen to view properly. I am thinking of maybe swapping waffles for pancakes, not sure, I wish they humans used safer ingredients. I know, my food plan may still seem rather, floppy!! :( ? But I get my nutrients levels where should be, mostly now at least.

1cupwater/pills(see minuses below) 6englishwalnuts 4chewchipahoycookies 2chickenstrips 12handfuls/2cupsofplaincheerios 2non-russetpotato 2minutemaidberrypunchjuice 2dempstersbread 2eggowaffle 4cup1%beatricemilk total needed
?      213  ?      200  220   140   170  180    440         ?      1,800 | 2,000 calories a day for women and 2,500 for men is the reccomended claroie intake
?      9.33 ?      4      0.4    0       2      5       10          ?      55 | 20% to 35% of total calories from fat. That is about 44 grams to 77 grams of fat per day if you eat 2,000 calories a day.....ray says no more than 25%...Don't be fat!
?      4.66 ?      0.8   0       0       0.4   1.5     6           ?       6 | saturated fat to less than 10% of your daily calories. To further reduce heart disease risk, 7 or 3% of your total daily calories. For 2,000 calorie diet, that's 140-200 calories>16-22 grams
?      0      ?      0      0       0       0      0       0.36       ?      0 | limit trans fat to 0 if can, it's also bad for the heart / blood vessels, keep it under 2, 5 is really bad
?      6.66 ?      0      0       0       0      5       40          ?       60 | cholesterol per day %u2014 200 mg if you had a high risk of heart disease, average is 130/150, lower ex. 0 is best? are you sure?. Cholesterol is also really bad for the heart
?      17.3 ?      2      3.8?  36     3      4       48           ?      36 | 36 grams of sugar is all needed, more is really bad for the heart
?      126  ?      340  10?   30     290  300    480         ?       2,300 | sodium 2,300 or less is safe to have, 3,400 is what average americans consume, it's part of sugar beware
?      32    ?      40    48     38     31    30     48           ?      147 | be sure carbohydrates make up no more than 33 percent of your total daily calories. That translates to 163 grams of carbohydrates a day...<ray kurzweil's, internet says between 45-65%
?      1.33 ?      6      5       0       4      1       0            ?       30 | Women should try to eat at least 21 to 25 grams of fiber a day, men 30-38 grams, helps slow sugar etc peaks/ spreads intake over the day, clean bowls. chew! & drink water else may hurt
?      1.33 ?      8      7       0.2    7      4       36          ?      56 | ~56 grams of protein per day for 150 pound person...and the average woman should eat about 46 grams
?      0      ?      88     20     0       75    40     1,320     ?      1,200 | calcium keep under 500 mg a day else risk kidney stones and heart disease, recommended upper limit for calcium is 2,500 mg a day
?      1.7   ?      8.4    3       0      1.75 1.75   0.28       ?      8.7 | The amount of iron you need is: 8.7mg a day for men over 18...the highest dose that can be taken safely -- is 45 mg a day
?      ?      ?      0.69  0.6?  ?       1.05 0.25   0.028?   ?      2.3 | Adequate Intake (AI) levels for manganese are: men age 19 and older, 2.3 mg; women 19 and older, 1.8 mg. It appears to be safe for adults to consume up to 11 mg of manganese a day
?      ?      ?      0      8.3?  0       0?     ?       400        ?       900 | Vitamin A is 900 micrograms (mcg) for adult men and 700 mcg for adult women, 3,000 a day is the upper limit
?      ?      ?      0      54     160   0.06??        0           ?       90 | Vitamin C is 65 to 90 milligrams (mg) a day, the upper limit is 2,000 mg a day
?      ?      ?      0      0?     ?       ?      ?        1,348     ?       2,000 | Vitamin D: 1,000 or 2,000 IU....safe upper limit is 4,000, some say even 10,000
?      ?      ?      0.0960.2?  ?       0.15 0.225  0.2?      ?      1.2 | Vitamin B 1 (thiamine): Recommended Dietary Allowance for men 19 and older is 1.2 mg daily. For women in same age range 1.1 mg daily. 50mg would be too much but likely not the limit
?      ?      ?      0,1   0.2?   ?       0.075 0.15  1.8?      ?      2.5 | Vitamin B 2: average daily riboflavin intake from foods is 2.5 mg in men and 1.5 mg in women...likely safe for most people in doses of up to 400 mg
?      ?      ?      1.92  4.2?  ?       2       2.5    1?         ?      16 | Vitamin B 3: amount of niacin for adult males is 16 milligrams (mg) a day. For adult women who aren't pregnant, 14 mg a day...upper limit is 30
?      ?      ?      140   206? ?       125   225   928?      ?      700 | recommended dietary allowance for phosphorus is 700 mg, 3,000 is upper limit
?      ?      ?      64    105?  ?       40?   90     48?        ?     400 | Vitamin B 9 AKA Folic acid / folate / etc (mcg) ---- 400....upper limit is 1,000 mcg a day. Also, can cause nerve damage if too much.
?      53.4 ?      416? 1100  ?       150   50     1,464?   ?      2,800 | An adequate intake of potassium is 3,400 milligrams (mg) per day for healthy adult males and 2,600 mg per day for healthy adult females
?      ?      ?      20.9?1.4?  ?       17.2? 10     32.4?     ?     55 | Selenium (mcg): 55.....upper limit is 400
?      ?      ?      ?      1?     1.2     43%? ?      3           ?     8 minus 1 | water: an adult should get 8 cups a day
?      ?      ?      0.6   1?     ?       0.5     ?      3.52?     ?      5 | Vitamin B 5 (pantothenate), reccomended intake is 5 mg per day. Larger amounts (up to 1 gram) seem to be safe for most people.
?      ?      ?      0.2560.6?  ?       0.1    ?       0.4?       ?     1.3 | Vitamin B 6 (pyridoxine) for adults 50 and younger is 1.3 milligrams.....100%u2013300 mg causes nerve damage/ pain/ numbness
?      ?      ?      2.8?  0?     ?       0?     ?       4.28?    ?      2.4 | Vitamin B-12 (Cobalamin) reccommended for adults is 2.4 micrograms, higher doses have been found to be safe ex. 2,000
?      ?      0.1? 0.2?  0.2?  ?       0.2?  1?     0.08?     ?     10 | Vitamin E 10-22 mg....upper limit is 500 mg, ignore 1,000? cuz could hemerrage if lack Vitamin K, they say 1,000 "should" be the limit for safety
?      ?      0.8? 0.9?  7.4?  ?       0.8?  ?       0.8?       ?     120 | Vitamin K 90 mcg (women)....120 (men)....Taking 1,000 or less of vitamin K supplements a day is unlikely to cause any harm.....apparently the body makes enough on its own!
?      ?      ?      120  74.6? ?       45      ?      108?      ?     400 | recommended dietary allowance for magnesium for adult men is 400-420 mg per day. The dietary allowance for adult women is 310-320 mg. Doses less than 350 mg daily are usually safe
?      ?      ?      1.76 1?      ?       1.25  ?       4.1?       ?     11 | zinc is 8 milligrams (mg) for women and 11 mg for adult men....40mg is the upper limit
?      ?      0.2? 15?   5.4?   3?     2?     0.2?  0?         ?     35 | Chromium (mcg) is 35 %u03BCg/day for adult men and 25 %u03BCg/day for adult women (20).....upper limit is 1,000
?      ?      ?      0.22?0.4?   ?       0.2?  ?       0.096?  ?      0.9 | Copper (mg): 0.9....upper limit is 10
?      ?      20?   0?    12.4? ?       ?       40?    39.2?   ?      0.8K,0.8K,1.7K | Omega3 fatty acids,mg:1.1Kmg EPA+DHA,1.6K(men),UL:3K,Min:250%u2013500,1.2K ALA, 1.7(men).body can convert 1-21% of ALA to EPA/DHA
?      ?     150?  1.4? 37.3? ?       800?  1400?50?       ?     14,000 | Omega-6 fatty acids mg: Females 19%u201350: 12 grams (g) per day, 51 and older: 11 g per day, Males 19%u201350: 17 g per day, 51 and older: 14 g per day
?      ?      ?      ?      ?       ?       ?       20?    352?     ?     150 | iodine, mcg, upper limit is 1,100 for adults
?      ?      ?      18?  1.2?   ?       ?       ?      3?          ?      50?   | betaine, mg, upper limit is 2,000 for adults
?      ?      ?      14.6?86.2? ?       11.4?100? 172?      ?      500 | choline, mg, "recommends that men and women get 500 milligrams and 425 milligrams", upper limit is 3,500 for adults
?      ?      ?      ?      32?    ?       ?       ?      88?        ?     46 | molybdenum, mcg, upper limit is 2mg for adults
?      ?      ?      0.6?  0.36? ?       2?     8?    1.2?       ?     30 | biotin (vitamin B 7), mcg, upper limit is 30,000 for adults
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Re: What's everyone up to ?
« Reply #1025 on: February 08, 2022, 07:48:26 am »
Hi folks. This is another drive by link dropping  ;D

I've been working on a game that is derived from an old 80s title called The Lords of Midnight. My game is called Wars of Midnight.

There's a little AI going on here, with path finding and decision making made on orders. Interesting to work on.

If you are interested: https://warsofmidnight.uk

How is everyone doing? I've seen a few videos of GPT-3 bots talking to each other lately, reminds me of how we got ALICE to talk to UltraHAL many years ago now.

It looks like a lot of fun programming it. Those are moments when we start to appreciate all the time we spent learning math and trigonometry in school. Math is really amazing thing. A real little Universe, waiting to be discovered over and over again.

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Re: What's everyone up to ?
« Reply #1026 on: February 08, 2022, 07:40:18 pm »
Just thinking about the latest Lock's posts showing NN image compression, and thought of this: the best algorithm would compress any size image to just one pixel, and then successfully decompress it back to any size, right?  ;D

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Re: What's everyone up to ?
« Reply #1027 on: February 09, 2022, 04:01:34 am »
Just thinking about the latest Lock's posts showing NN image compression, and thought of this: the best algorithm would compress any size image to just one pixel, and then successfully decompress it back to any size, right?  ;D

Haha, Wait, where did I mention image compression? Wasn't my last post about Google's Palette? It colorizes, extends/fills, and I guess you could call it super-resolution since it fixes those weird jpg messed up images (I'm sure they could do SR anyway even if wasn't it).

An AI can yes super-resolution an image from (well maybe not 1 pixel exactly in a given implementation) a pixel or say 20 pixels, just it would lose info if went to 1 pixel. The adding of details can be inferred like the cat probably has a tail, but the image still only gives you so much information. The real thing to think about actually is how much true info can be inferred from the image. Bigger images and more static objects can be known to have a lot more data that comes with it and more likely so. Still limited to the original image though. Unless you reverse time and calculate all particles in the universe to fetch the rest of the image??? :P
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Re: What's everyone up to ?
« Reply #1028 on: February 09, 2022, 04:33:12 am »
Also, if anything, I don't think there is much you can do with anything small ! So, 1 pixel, you won't get much out of (though it can grow it no problem sure), and if your AI model is small, neither will you get much out of a small image of 50 pixels. It's all about bigger systems then...Perhaps.

Because if your AI is really good at predicting the rest of an image, then it might be able to give you almost exactly what is around the image. It really does seem to get better the more data it uses to train, so this might be some proof then you can get there close. The better, the more info it gives you. So, bigger = more info. And bigger input pic = more info too. Big gives more. Big does more. Big. Start small go big.
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Re: What's everyone up to ?
« Reply #1029 on: February 10, 2022, 01:58:02 am »
Whoops I seemed to somehow believe Ray doesn't eat real food, it seems he does I think. He takes many pills they say and seem to be to boost his brain n stuff but eats real food hmm....I think the supplements are mostly of partially a way to help only.
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« Reply #1030 on: February 10, 2022, 02:37:01 am »
Most vitamin supplements are just snake oil and taking them in the belief that they replace or improve on real food is doing you more harm than good. There is no substitute for eating a variety of fresh fruit and vegetables every day. However there are two vitamin supplements that can help. Taking Vitamin D every day will improve your energy levels and alertness, as well as improving your general health and immunity, especially if you don't get outside in the fresh air and sunshine much. Taking Vitamin C (plus Zinc) if you are starting to feel unwell will help you recover faster. If you're eating enough fresh fruit and vegetables then taking Vitamin C supplements every day is actually a waste.

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Re: What's everyone up to ?
« Reply #1031 on: February 10, 2022, 04:45:00 am »
Agree, I would never take any supplements like that unless he somehow is on his last string anyway or is really sure. I only take now 300mg of omega3 from a mini fish oil pill a day, because my milk is 1% now and I hate fish. The walnuts give me my omega 6, and some omega 3, but most my ALA omega 3. I don't seem to be getting much omega from other frodds anywhere other than those. My omega ratio 6<>3 is gonna be like 1:4 LOL.
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Re: What's everyone up to ?
« Reply #1032 on: February 12, 2022, 10:56:43 am »
Hi folks. This is another drive by link dropping  ;D

I've been working on a game that is derived from an old 80s title called The Lords of Midnight. My game is called Wars of Midnight.

There's a little AI going on here, with path finding and decision making made on orders. Interesting to work on.

If you are interested: https://warsofmidnight.uk

How is everyone doing? I've seen a few videos of GPT-3 bots talking to each other lately, reminds me of how we got ALICE to talk to UltraHAL many years ago now.

It looks like a lot of fun programming it. Those are moments when we start to appreciate all the time we spent learning math and trigonometry in school. Math is really amazing thing. A real little Universe, waiting to be discovered over and over again.

It is a lot of fun, I'm really enjoying it. It's helped me improve my C# skills too. I've got a lot done since I posted here. I have the battle algorithm working and I can move around the map and enemies will home in on me, just to mention a couple of things.

I was never that great at maths back then, but it has improved over the years. The programming skills were definitely well seated from doing computer courses way back then. I've learnt a lot more myself since, I think school and college only touched the surface really, but I do appreciate it :)


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Re: What's everyone up to ?
« Reply #1033 on: February 17, 2022, 12:41:24 am »
Oh if anyone attempts to use that nutrition table I made, I just finished reading Ray Kurzweil's book form 2009 Transcend, so I just made it slightly better. Current one is now outdated.
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Re: What's everyone up to ?
« Reply #1034 on: April 12, 2022, 03:05:44 pm »
Hi folks, this is another shameless drive-by link drop!

I'm making Lovecraftian games now: https://moonstruckgames.uk

Currently working on the first adventure. It's based on Chaosium's Call of Cthulhu RPG Rule Set and I will be making free to play solo adventures.

I'm also thinking of resurrecting my ElfScript project to do some parser based games too.

 :stirthepot:

Anyway, thanks for reading and well wishes to you all :)

 


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