Comparing random concepts together

Can we compare any random concepts? Let’s try doing it with two objects. Car Pencil moves (with human intervention) doesn’t move fast slow large small dangerous in multiple ways relatively safe object boxy long large and heavy skinny sort of portable portable solid and stable easily broken mostly metal non-metals How are they similar: man… Continue reading Comparing random concepts together

People who have influenced my thinking on AGI and the mind

There are a lot of great people who continue to influence my thinking about how the mind works. Go read a bunch of their work if you can. Joshua Tenenbaum Scholar profile: https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=rRJ9wTJMUB8C Joshua is a powerhouse and continues to do cutting edge research on how to build real AI. He does breadth and depth… Continue reading People who have influenced my thinking on AGI and the mind

Ideas to research for a somatic data structure

how a computer system could view a model from different angles research what are properties of models research examples of models that can be linked together. study SDRs more research using motor systems for models research who are the top relevant researchers and read all their works write up ideas on each neuron being full… Continue reading Ideas to research for a somatic data structure

Compositional vs composable in AGI research

These 2 terms are talked often in software development, philosophy of language, and machine learning. Sometimes they are used interchangeably and I’m not sure if that is on purpose or not, but their definitions are related and similar, but with slight differences. Compositional means that the meaning of the whole expression or structure of something… Continue reading Compositional vs composable in AGI research

Use a zettelkasten to amplify your thoughts

I remember when I ran across this blog post: https://blog.kewah.com/2021/write-more-but-shorter/ Then I read this blog post: https://critter.blog/2020/10/02/write-5x-more-but-write-5x-less/ Then I researched more and found this: https://writingcooperative.com/zettelkasten-how-one-german-scholar-was-so-freakishly-productive-997e4e0ca125 And then my writing exploded. A zettelkasten is a simple writing method that amplifies your writing , memory, thoughts, research, note taking, or any non-fiction writing you may want to… Continue reading Use a zettelkasten to amplify your thoughts