Erik Laukien is back with a demo of Sparse, Distributed Representation with Reinforcement Learning. This topic is of intense interest to us, although the problem… Read More »SDR-RL (Sparse, Distributed Representation with Reinforcement Learning)
An interesting article by Gerard Rinkus comparing the qualities of sparse distributed representation and quantum computing. In effect, he argues that because distributed representations can… Read More »“Quantum computing” via Sparse distributed coding?
By Gideon Kowadlo and David Rawlinson Introduction We’ve been building and testing AGI algorithms for the last few years. As the systems become more complex,… Read More »AGI Experimental Framework: A platform for AGI R&D
By David Rawlinson and Gideon Kowadlo The aim of this post is to take a short departure from more technical issues and deal with some… Read More »Consciousness & “Free Will”: The Elephants in the Room
By Gideon Kowadlo and David Rawlinson In our last blog post, we discussed the repeating functional columnar structure of the neocortex, and the inconsistent terminology used to… Read More »A nomenclature for Cortical Columns and related concepts.
Cell-type-specific 3D reconstruction of five neighboring barrel columns in rat vibrissal cortex (credit: Marcel Oberlaender et al.) It is well established that there is a… Read More »Mini, macro, micro and hyper columns: confusing terminology
This might be our new test suite for the algorithms! http://www.arcadelearningenvironment.org/ “The Arcade Learning Environment (ALE) is a simple object-oriented framework that allows researchers and… Read More »The Arcade Learning Environment – a test suite for AGI