Monday, October 1, 2018

Moratorium

Temporary Stop

I have decided to stop writing artificial intelligence and physics articles based on my interpretation of occult Biblical texts. At least for the time being. The reason is that I am not wise enough to judge the potential consequences. This moratorium will continue unless I somehow become wiser or someone wiser than me convinces me to end it. I may publish a demo AI application but not the source code.

By the way, I am on Twitter and Gab where I post my thoughts on various subjects including AGI, politics, mainstream AI, free speech, world affairs and architecture. I will make all major future announcements (such as the release of a demo app) on Gab exclusively.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

You might find mind.ai interesting. What do you think?

They take the symbolic route.

Spent Death said...

mind.ai looks mediocre. Sorry, symbolic ai is a dead end. Doomed for failure before they even began. Their team reeks of pompous academics. These so called geniuses have no clue what they are doing.

Louis Savain said...

Spent Death is correct. At first glance, mind.ai looks like a fraudulent operation looking for foolish investors. Symbolic AI is crap, period. But these guys are not the only ones fighting for a return to GOFAI. Psychologist Gary Marcus thinks it's the only way to solve the problems of deep learning. He calls it "innateness." It would be funny if it weren't so pathetic.