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Zer Netmouse
October 25th, 2005
06:01 pm

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Ever wanted to help train an AI?
Open Mind is an MIT Media Lab project to collect common sense knowledge to use for computer reasoning. You can register and teach it things yourself.

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From:maudelynn
Date:October 25th, 2005 10:11 pm (UTC)
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can it be taught to make a proper cuppa ???
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From:netmouse
Date:October 26th, 2005 07:00 pm (UTC)
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Ha! Maybe you should go tell it how!
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From:maudelynn
Date:October 26th, 2005 07:11 pm (UTC)
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oh yes, i bet i could

as i have always said

i may not always make good sense, but i ALWAYS make good tea!

xo
dan'a
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From:matt_arnold
Date:October 26th, 2005 04:45 pm (UTC)
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I've used this. It's interesting for a while. For a long time I had wanted to participate in David Lenat's Cyc project which set out to do the same thing, except they didn't involve massively volunteered participation. They were having a few highly trained and trusted volunteers do it all, and it was crawling along.

The ultimate way to build a semantic network would be to spider semantic data on the web as described in this fictional article, written in 2002, purporting to be from 2008.
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From:netmouse
Date:October 26th, 2005 06:59 pm (UTC)
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Well, I guess Open Mind is at least trolling the web for words that show up together a lot (one of the activities is to explain the connection between two words it has found on the web) but I don't know if it's doing more semantic analysis of web information.
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