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Thinking without language?

kenneth Collins kpaulc at earthlink.net
Tue Nov 30 04:42:43 EST 1999

hi, Patrik. AoK is old. since it was written, i've eliminated 'time' as a
dimension because it's superfluous (within all of physical reality, not
just within the nervous system).


patrik bagge wrote:

> Hi Seth
> >> What i'm getting at here is that everything & everybody is at sale
> >> , it's about specifying the desire and 'bying' the solution
> >
> >Actually i think that simple concept could be the seed of a new
> >AI paradigm.  Survival is what drives progress (even in AI) - or
> >to put it another way around: if it doesn't survive, then it's not
> >progress.  And one of the primary mechanism (strategies) of
> >survival is the commerce between an agent and its environment.
> >Specifying desires and buying solutions is commerce.  So perhaps
> >we can make progress with AI, by applying that mechanism.  The
> >ecology of a flourishing system of commerce is exactly the ecology
> >that an artificial mind needs to generate answers to problems that
> >have no known pre programmed solutions.
> hmm, interesting thought, i wonder what the current 'working'
> strategy is regarding financial/stock markets etc.
> , elaborate on your thought if you will.
> I'm into studying KPC's work and on a grander scale it
> might be the same TD E/I principles at work.At the
> risc of imposing KPC's wrath upon me, i have interpreted
> so far, the duality theory a general one, where the forces
> are subjective good/bad, desire/solution, positive/negative
> etc , on a slading non-linear scale.
> When there is no good nervous system 'recognition'
> randomness comes into the picture, generating behaviour
> that hopefully will make patterns more cognizible.
> Another interesting thing is the 5 dimensions proposed
> , normal 3 dim. + time + interworkings of
> all 'submodules' .
> Yours
> /pat

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