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

We can brute force AGI with a realistic physics simulator

“An unknown, but potentially large, fraction of animal and human intelligence is a direct consequence of the perceptual and physical richness of our environment, and is unlikely to arise without it”. – John Locke (1632-1704) As we already know, AGI is probably the hardest problem mankind can work on and we do not have a… Continue reading We can brute force AGI with a realistic physics simulator

Log of Machine Learning work and experiments

ConceptNet – I created a training set of embodied cognition definitions to feed to a computer, a small mvp. Ran a hackathon and gave a talk for creatives doing machine learning with RGA Converted neural-style deep learning image enhancing algorithm into an adobe plugin and put it on their store. sketchnet – a deep learning… Continue reading Log of Machine Learning work and experiments

A computational definition of understanding

Computer scientists and researchers constantly argue on whether a computer can ever understand anything like humans. One of the main reasons for the confusion is because the definition of “to understand” is not clear enough to implement in a computer.From the Merrimack dictionary, “To Understand ” means: to know the meaning of (something, such as… Continue reading A computational definition of understanding

Autonomous vehicles will NOT bring us true Artificial Intelligence

There is a fierce debate on whether autonomous vehicles are possible because driving requires all the sophistication of human intelligence. The argument is there are too many variables and situations that require human level intelligence, therefore either we never get autonomous vehicles or we solve artificial general intelligence (AGI). We will absolutely have autonomous vehicles… Continue reading Autonomous vehicles will NOT bring us true Artificial Intelligence