Standards in Artificial Intelligence
eugene at cse.ucsc.edu
Fri Nov 3 14:24:56 EST 2000
I have been loking for this quote, now I have found it:
In no part of the field
have the discoveries produced the major impact promised.
Sir James Lighthill, 1972
In article <8tp7o1$rtf$1 at nnrp1.deja.com>, Mentifex <mentifex at scn.org> wrote:
>http://www.scn.org/~mentifex/standard.html -- Standards in AI:
Well, Arthur, an amusing set of pointers.
Followups reduced. I suggest others do so as well.
Not one pointer to a standards organization, not CBEMA (or whatever it's
new name is), not NIST, not the IEEE.
>THEORY (Implement and anticipate a Standard Model of the Mind):
>http://act.psy.cmu.edu -- the ACT-R Unified Theory of Cognition;
>http://www.scn.org/~mentifex/theory5.html -- basis of Mind.Forth;
>http://ai.eecs.umich.edu/cogarch0/soar/ State, Operator & Result.
>CONCEPTS: Bootstrap the mindcore with 64, 128 or 256 concepts.
>HARDWARE: Aim for a 64-bit implementation (128-bit exception).
I think that we don't know enough to know what difference word size makes.
>SENSORIUM: Use chaotic attractors in software and manufacturing.
>MOTORIUM: Emulate the cerebellum in software for robot hardware.
>MASS-PAR: Gradually shift from von Neumann to || architectures.
A set/collection/group of von Neumann architectures is still a
von Neumann archiecture, Arthur.
>SOFTWARE: Start then deviate from procedural or OOP Mind loops.
>VARIABLES: Adopt pre-existing standards and naming conventions.
>HCI: Create familiar features in the Human-Computer Interface.
>SOCIETY: Smooth the pathways to Technological Singularity
I have to email Vernor on this. I've not started the last book he sent me.
>REALITY: Co-exist with AI in virtual and non-virtual reality.
"What a concept.." Robin Williams (the comedian, not the one at Almaden).
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