5 Feb 2012 AI4U   » (Observer)

Artificial Intelligence in Russian

Fri.3.FEB.2012 -- Recognizing Inflections

For the Russian-thinking Dushka AI Mind, we have perhaps stumbled upon a way to avoid the hard-coding of noun paradigms and instead to let the Russian AI learn the inflected endings of Russian nouns from its own experience. For example, right now the Russian artificial intelligence (RuAi) fails to recognize the Psi concept #501 БОГ in the following exchange.

Human: я уважаю бога ("I honor God.")
Robot: ТЫ УВАЖАЕШЬ БОГА ("You honor God.")

Robot: ЧТО БОГА ТАКОЕ ("What is God?")

The diagnostic display reveals that the software has almost recognized the word for God.

559. Б 0 * 1 1 0
560. О 0 * 0 1 0
561. Г 0 * 0 1 501
562. А 0 * 0 0 902
Aha! Suddenly it becomes clear that two things are happening. The Psi concept #501 is indeed being recognized at first, but perhaps the provisional-recognition "prc" variable is not being set, and so AudInput calls NewConcept as if the AI were learning a new word instead of recognizing an old word.

Sat.4.FEB.2012 -- Learning Russian Like a Human Child

Now in a very rough way we have trapped for "zad1" in the AudRecog module so as to recognize a noun (БОГА ) with one character of inflection added onto it. Because the noun was indeed recognized, the InStantiate "seqneed" mechanism tagged the noun in the "ruLexicon" with a "dba" of "4" to indicate a direct-object accusative case. In other words, the Russian AI learned a new noun-form as a human child would learn it, that is, from the speech patterns of another speaker of Russian.


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