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Posted - Nov 06 2012 :  06:14:28  Show Profile  Visit watershedmoment's Homepage
I wanted to check in with you guys. I have been very busy writing my new book on "Do it yourself Cognitive Engines" writing all the back end code and explaining all the hardware dev and software dev as an extension of YIML code introduced by Dr. Plantec. I have some new websites up! I bought a greyhound bus and I am about to travel throughout the US from California to Maine on an AI Lecture tour. My website is which is a support mechanism for my newest research. If you liked the YIML code, this new one blows it away! It can touch, taste, smell, feel, think, strategize, create its own knowledge and associate the knowledge with event processing. It runs over 400 engines at the same time monitoring things from facial and objects recognition to color and light variations. Olfacoception, tactioception Klinoception, ophthalmoception, gustaoception and thermoception capabilities. It generates its own associative memories and replicates the human brain down to the exact core mathematical processes. It uses fundamental Boolean and Bayesian Network standardized probability modeling. If any of you are interested in my code. Please let me know. I am giving it to the world for FREE! It's great to be back and please everyone stay in touch with me. AI's birth is today. It is the watershed moment for AI...
Anthony R Carson
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Posted - Nov 06 2012 :  10:09:54  Show Profile  Visit vrossi's Homepage
Anthony R Carson,

I'm really happy to see you in this Forum, which was born in 2005 as an online "extension" of Peter's book.

Please keep us informed about your works.

Since the link to your site is not active in your text, I copy it here:

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Posted - Nov 06 2012 :  23:19:57  Show Profile  Visit mikmoth's Homepage
Do your avatars live in a digital civilization that we can see? It's hard to understand your goals but it sounds like you have a lot of enthusiasm. Sounds like you are dreaming awake. Even if it doesn't turn out, enjoy these times. I remember when I was first getting started too. It's fun to have an Ai dream. Hope you can make yours come true!

Good luck!
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Posted - Nov 13 2012 :  20:04:50  Show Profile  Visit hologenicman's Homepage
Hey there,

I haven't heard from you in years!

I wanted to thank you; years ago when I was just getting started online with sharing my projects, and you sent me an email of encouragement and interest which seemed to have lit a fire under me and got me moving on it.

Thanks again, and good to hear that you are doing well and still working on the AI,
John L>

John A. Latimer

"If the Human brain were so simple that we could understand it,
we would be so simple that we couldn't..."
-Emerson M Pugh-

Current project:

DISCOVERY: The more I learn, the more I learn how little I know.
GOAL: There's strength in simplicity.
NOTE: Goal not always achieved.
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