14 Aug 2010 AI4U   » (Observer)

BEACHHEADING WHO-QUERIES IN JAVASCRIPT

Am 14. August 2010, Samstag Nachmittag in SB/RB.

BEACHHEADING WHO-QUERIES IN JAVASCRIPT

Yesterday I was stuck more than usual at RB, so I endeavored to inaugurate the WhoBe module from MindForth into the AiMind.html JSAI.

First I had to set up the same sequential order of about four JSAI modules so that they would conform with MindForth. One or two of the modules were only barely or non-existent in the JSAI. I had to bring in about two new variables from MindForth. Then I had to use several diagnostic "alert" messages to track down why the WhoBe module was not issuing any output or issuing incomplete output, e.g., "WHO" without a be-verb. I had to re-arrange the activand concepts in the KbTraversal module. But gradually I obtained WhoBe functionality in the JSAI. When I started the AI and let it run to the first ReJuvenate call, it said, "YOU WHO ARE YOU".

I uploaded the JSAI to SCN late at night. By this morning, three or four different domains had come and looked at it.

The 13aug10A.html JSAI was a major update, carefully annotated with JavaScript "//" comments.

http://www. scn.org/~mentifex/AiMind.html</a> bother to look at the underlying JavaScript code. I wonder if anybody or any outfit is following my AI code-releases with anticipation or with keen interest.

I wonder if people will recognize the functioning mind in the code and pick up the AI work and run massively away with it.

I am barely able to do the AI coding that I do. I have so many things to keep floating in my mind while I code. And yet I suspect, or cling to the belief, that I have to show the world how to code AI with my "proof of concept" software, and then the vast hordes of AI programmers will take over from me and cambrially explode the AI phenomenon.

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