Project Acuitas

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Re: Project Acuitas
« Reply #135 on: September 28, 2020, 03:30:41 pm »
How would your AI figure out the answer to "Xio Yong has a son named Jex _" ? There is many problems for AI to answer, and many of them are rare and never before seen. This pattern above is the Last Names pattern, it's pretty rare.

What about:
"bird moon eagle, book rock guide, house wind home, cave broom hole, football bathroom _ "

To answer the first, one needs awareness of a rule about (some) human cultures: sons usually have the same surname as their parents. There are at least two ways one could acquire this rule. The first is to simply read it somewhere or be told it during interaction with a human. The second is learning by induction. If one sees a few pairs of parent names and son names, and if one takes notice of their features, one can note that the surnames are identical. Then one can formulate the rule and use it to generalize from past examples to as-yet-unseen future examples.

In the second problem, the first and third word in each triad have a semantic relationship (one of the two is or can be the other), while the second word is unrelated or random. So to complete the final triad, come up with a word that has a similar semantic relationship to "football," perhaps "game." Acuitas is all about semantic relationships, so this would be a cinch if he had the ability to analyze patterns and complete sequences.

Learning by induction, pattern-finding, reasoning about sequences ... these are all future problems that I haven't worked on yet. Acuitas also does most reasoning at the concept level and has only a limited ability to deal with rules about the strings that represent the concepts (e.g. names). So if you want to see any of this stuff, you'll need to be patient.

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Re: Project Acuitas
« Reply #136 on: September 28, 2020, 08:00:10 pm »
To point out just how much supposed common sense depends on explicitly being told things, I'll remark that the Chinese write their surname first.
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