20 May 2009 AI4U   » (Observer)

MindForth Programming Journal - wed20may2009

1. Wed.20.MAY2009 -- AI MINDS FOR CONSCIOUS ROBOTS

So many robots need to have an AI Mind installed, and since MindForth is tantamount to the VisiCalc of artificial intelligence, that we now rush to add feature after feature to the budding robot AI. Recently we made MindForth able to InStantiate a singular noun upon encountering a plural English noun in the auditory robotic input stream. If you tell the robot AI4U Mind something about birds, it now sets up the singular noun "bird" as a concept. Then we encoded an algorithm of assuming from input of the article "a" that the next noun after "a" is a singular noun. If you say that you wish to manufacture "a conscious robot", the article "a" sets a flag that skips the adjective "conscious" and assigns the singular "num (ber)" to whatever noun (e.g., "robot") comes next. (And with AI4U technology we are indeed helping you to manufacture a conscious robot.) Next we need to ensure that the emergingly conscious AI Mind will use the right form of an English verb when, for example, "it talks" about a singular noun. Simply put, the software "needs" to put "s" on the end of a verb after a third-person singular noun.

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