Sunday, August 25, 2013

The Rebel Science Speech Recognition Project

Soon, I plan to go back to work on my ongoing speech recognition project, Rebel Speech [pdf]. The goal of the project is not so much to design a better speech recognition program from scratch but to demonstrate the superiority of the Rebel Science approach to artificial intelligence. Speech recognition will be just one of many applications that use the Rebel Science Intelligence Engine. The latter will serve as the future backbone for any type of AI research project that requires perceptual and motor learning. The key word is learning, which includes adaptation. My ultimate goal is to use it in the design of a brain for a complex autonomous bipedal or quadrupedal robot with many types of sensors and degrees of freedom.

Those of you who are interested in this topic can brush up on Rebel Science AI by clicking on the following links:

The Holy Grail of Robotics
Goal Oriented Motor Learning
Raiders of the Holy Grail
Secrets of the Holy Grail
The Myth of the Bayesian Brain

I have also created a new forum to start discussing AI and its consequences.

1 comment:

Timekeeper said...

I've been periodically checking up on your progress with this, very excited to see what you've come up with.