Re: good old fashion AI article?
- --- In artificialintelligencegroup@y..., nukleon <no_reply@y...>
> Interesting points (I also disagree with some bits) and a working<no_reply@y...>
> prototype for a change.
> I ran the prototype and it did show some improvement after a few
> quick games. Pitty it doesn't have an option to let it play itself
> in an unsupervised mode. Left it alone for a while and it hangged
> with a strange error pop-up.
> Still, good to see someone come up with more than just concepts.
> I'm not keen on modelling the way biological animals 'think' as a
> methodology, but until I come up with a prototype defending my own
> ideas I'm not going to spend too much time defending this or that
> Nice read though, thanks for the link Nettron.
> --- In artificialintelligencegroup@y..., nettron1000
> > --- In artificialintelligencegroup@y..., nettron1000
> > wrote:
> > > I came across this article on the web which many may find
> > > intersting,it has to do with the present,past and future ofMy thoughts exactly, great to see some proof of concept,although i
> > > artificial intelligence and how it has failed.
> > > Ive read it through and it makes alot of sense to me, though
> > > are some points i disagree with.
> > > Give it a read and see what you think.
> > > http://home1.gte.net/res02khr/AI/Temporal_Intelligence.html
> > >
> > > Nettron.
> > http://home1.gte.net/res02khr/AI/Temporal_Intelligence.htm
would prefer it to be in hardware rather than software.
I had that same problem when i ran Animel, it worked for a short
while then it just stopped and a error message appeared...program has
performed an elligel operation and will be shut down..., i got that
same message everytime i ran it.Well i guess it has some bugs to be
There is another program called CEMAC based on the Marr/Albus theory
of cerebellum function that has actually bin used in a real robot,
there is a site with info on this that i once visited but i dont know
the URL right off, i'll post it when i find it again.