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General AI Discussion / Re: the parry chatbot
« Last post by yotamarker on Today at 02:47:29 pm »
With just a little bit of Googling I found the source code for Parry online.

http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/project/ai-repository/ai/areas/classics/parry/

It's written in an old dialect of LISP. Maybe someone has updated it like they have for Shrdlu. There is also a Parry clone on the Bot Libre website although I didn't try it out.

I have no idea how to read that. some pseudocode or the actual code lines would have helped. ideally in java.
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AI News / Re: GTP-3 is bigoted!
« Last post by ivan.moony on Today at 01:47:01 pm »
The only solution I can think of is: having an empty fed GPT-X, and raising it like it is your own kid. Takes a lot more time than training it on Reddit data, maybe even decades, but that's my best shot.
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General AI Discussion / Re: the parry chatbot
« Last post by infurl on Today at 08:25:30 am »
With just a little bit of Googling I found the source code for Parry online.

http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/project/ai-repository/ai/areas/classics/parry/

It's written in an old dialect of LISP. Maybe someone has updated it like they have for Shrdlu. There is also a Parry clone on the Bot Libre website although I didn't try it out.
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General AI Discussion / the parry chatbot
« Last post by yotamarker on Today at 08:18:55 am »
I cant find it's algorithm. anyone has it ? I want to take a look.
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General Project Discussion / Re: Releasing full AGI/evolution research
« Last post by LOCKSUIT on January 21, 2021, 12:29:10 am »
I see you/other AGI pioneers still won't explain AI either, same boat :p .... it's so frustrating...

hmm i found it....
https://microship.com/log-polar-grid-rotation-scaling-vision/

this is so funny omg...
https://microship.com/cromemco-z-2d-review-kilobaud/

i got it, let me explain it now:
see the smiley face circle? Look at it as rings. The outer rings are lines but beside the other lines....so a big smile circle is a ring/line far to the right, hence the horizontal change of location it mentions for scale. If you rotate the mouth line, it is still on the same ring/ line, but not moved up/down ;p

hmmmm, so...surprised it actually works. Well, not bad. Hmm, so if we're building AGI, you store the image input as, um, a row of rings laid out side by side hmm, but is actually only the lines of the image (see sobel filters)...then store a hierarchy made of parts faces, arms, curves, lines, pixels... But it also requires we align the smiley face in the middle, thinking...

Oh boy, so not only do you need to align the laid out rings as said above, but also keep the input smiley face in the center where you saw it, it's not location invariant...if you move the circle over so it is not a ring on a ring, the circle will be, when laid out the rings, a circle still.

How do you solve both problems?

And is it stretch invariant? Hmm, no by the looks of a small test in paint i looked at.

And flip invariant? b=d. If we show it a cat, one ring would have the tail and eyes, middle ring the body parts, middlest the body center....nope, fails this too.

Also, seeing a bigger smiley face can't give the same input, it "has" to be a bit different, human notice it is bigger and not exactly the same also. Hence, making every ring the same size is bad cuz then each sized circle looks identical indeed, you make it not the same size a bit i guess...

It might look like it solves rotation and scale but really it is just making the image into rings, then unfolding them into a row of lines, and the pixel locations are only what it seen.........it is not flip invariant....maybe i'll draw a pic: (yes, i drew the cat using 1 line, free hand by my finger on my slate lol)
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General Project Discussion / Re: Releasing full AGI/evolution research
« Last post by Korrelan on January 21, 2021, 12:09:02 am »
No I'm not doing that...

Ah, I haven't conversed with you in a while and I was hoping that you might have changed but alas... you still don't read what is written... and still only see what you want to see.

😀
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AI News / GTP-3 is bigoted!
« Last post by frankinstien on January 20, 2021, 10:00:31 pm »
Here's an article demonstrating GPT-3 is bigoted and could be used as a mass bigotry generator that will destroy us all! Of course, I always felt that monkey wrenches were potentially dangerous and could ensue a mass riot of violent individuals to crack skulls.  100 hundred human skulls were tested with monkey wrenches and all 100 skulls were cracked by the tool. This potential danger is also accessible to children, where such tools as monkey wrenches can be sold to children of just about any age... ::)
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General Project Discussion / Re: Releasing full AGI/evolution research
« Last post by LOCKSUIT on January 20, 2021, 08:27:57 pm »
LOOOOOOOL So you are doing that! It seems very obvious especially with the title of the video. Well, objects in real life, like a Face, really do have the nose above the mouth and between 2 eyes, your video shows the duck/ face/ etc actually bend and squish, and rotate. The duck in real life is not bending or even moving, why make the poor robot see something not happening!? Constantly feeding it a new morph and rotation!? Not good...

You mention you use a non-Cartesian schema, that the image really loops around to itself, but as said this changing input is unrepresentive of the actual object. The only agnostic thing that occurs is the pixels go up the network regardless of their location in the image, so all the dark pixels hit the dark pixel node, yup, and a bit of the lighter pixels nodes they trigger too a bit. You've seen my christmas hierarchy, right? Well all the a and g and z go up the same node upwards...

You're simply rotating the input so it matches better. I strongly disagree with Data Augmentation though, I have found a more interesting approach instead of distorting it to all possible combinations...
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General AI Discussion / simon game skill
« Last post by yotamarker on January 20, 2021, 10:43:35 am »
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General Project Discussion / Re: Releasing full AGI/evolution research
« Last post by Korrelan on January 20, 2021, 07:38:39 am »
That vid demonstrates that with a polar schema there are no rotation or scale invariance problems, these are 'man made' hurdles derived form our insistence on using Cartesian schemas.
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the parry chatbot
by yotamarker (General AI Discussion)
Today at 02:47:29 pm
Releasing full AGI/evolution research
by LOCKSUIT (General Project Discussion)
January 21, 2021, 12:29:10 am
simon game skill
by yotamarker (General AI Discussion)
January 20, 2021, 10:43:35 am
Ideas of ways for an AI to "break out"
by LOCKSUIT (Future of AI)
January 20, 2021, 12:06:59 am
Exp-Log (a deductive system)
by ivan.moony (General Project Discussion)
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Missing "Like" option.
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Pattern based NLP
by MikeB (General Project Discussion)
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GTP-3 is bigoted!
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