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  • George_Herson
    I agree. CYC, btw, roots out inconsistencies in the way you describe. If told that one country s citizens are the best or are the chosen people , i m sure
    Message 1 of 1398 , Jul 31, 1999
      I agree. CYC, btw, roots out inconsistencies in
      the way you describe. If told that one country's
      citizens "are the best" or are "the chosen people", i'm
      sure it would then raise a question if told the same
      thing about some another human cluster. Discover
      magazine, Ausust 1990, p70: "Cyc can also ask questions of
      its own to clarify points, resolve apparent
      contradictions, and fill in gaps." An example given of a CYC
      question is "Am I a person?", asked when told that
      intelligent things tend to like other intelligent things of
      the same type, and that a person liked CYC.
      <br><br>Another CYC teaching method is to have CYC spend its
      night searching for analogies among its concepts. In
      the morning the analogies are examined by the human
      staff to ensure that there is some truth to each of the
      analogies (eg, _dad_ to _dictator_ is fine) and that the
      analogies aren't actually synonyms (United States to USA).
      Either problem is manually corrected.<br><br>Resolving
      contradiction and shortening conceptual distance is also sought
      by most systems of jurisprudence, too, right? in
      working out what laws mean.<br><br>geo
    • smartxpark
      Hello, Have you succeeded ... God To Create Silicon
      Message 1398 of 1398 , Aug 19, 2005

        Have you succeeded

        --- In artificialintelligencegroup@yahoogroups.com, Spider_Plant9 wrote:
        > The rosetta stone is a archeoliguist's dream come
        > true. The Stone was found in a place called rosetta
        > from what I remember but it helped solve the
        > hieroglyphics puzzle because on the stone was written the same
        > text in three languages Greek, Egytian, and Latin. We
        > knew both Greek and Latin. The egytian language though
        > unknown was also the same texts as the known languages.
        > So, using the other two languages we were able to
        > piece together egyptian.<br><br>Now, you can guess what
        > I'm going to do with the texts and languages I
        > collect. I'm going to create a computerized version of the
        > rosetta complete with the "thought" processes to use it
        > directly and extrapolate more words and
        > sentenses.<br><br>Spider_plant9<br>Archeology and the "Words of
        God"<br>To Create Silicon
        > Life<br>Anybody know of a set of standardized interpretations for
        > the Qur'an.
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