Project Idea: AI that determines the intention behind statements made

There's two reasons why I've brainstormed this idea. 1) I believe, for analyses of statements made by government and NGO representatives, it's more important to have intention-checkers than fact-checkers. I can forgive the dissemination of false information if the intentions were virtuous, but if someone's intentions are malicious or misrepresented, than I don't even care … Continue reading Project Idea: AI that determines the intention behind statements made

My own version of the Turing test (developed from a literary life), and no AI is even close

After a decade of studying and practicing the art of writing dialogue (for a novel), I learned a valuable lesson about finding good dialogue writing, and that lesson evolved into a deeper understanding of human communication, and the true work that will be required for immitating human communication. First, a listener's response to a speaker … Continue reading My own version of the Turing test (developed from a literary life), and no AI is even close

Methods-of-Thought: a strategy for dissecting memories of thinking

Created through the DALL-E AI project: https://labs.openai.com/ In remembered-thinking-theory I develop a lot of information from units of remembered-thoughts. The units and their boudaries are something I believe I observed during a deeply introspective phase, but I don't think day to day thinking allows for an easy conception of units of thought. The mind feels … Continue reading Methods-of-Thought: a strategy for dissecting memories of thinking