Artificial Intelligence: What about space aliens and the software to communicate with them?

Ok, I should do a nice table here to show how C# compares to LISP, but I got off track reading science fiction related to space alien communications.   To get some ideas on intelligence and especially space alien intelligence, I went to Minsky, he wrote an interesting article on alien intelligence, asking questions such as:…

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Physics, Object oriented programming, Artificial Intelligence, Space Aliens and Students

Well with the post on communicating with space aliens, you might be thinking that I am having a mental health problem or I am channeling George Noory or Art Bell from Coast to Coast AM. The real reason is that I have recently completed Joseph Campbells audio book titled: Mythology and the Individual: Volume 1,…

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Artificial Intelligence: What programming language should I learn to do Artificial Intelligence?

LISP? Visual Basic? VC++? C#?  Something else like SNOBOL or Flowmatic (just kidding)… I would say C#, my apologies to John McCarthy, see his papers referenced at his Stanford site, and also I quote from his excellent paper: “LISP-Notes on its Past and Future-1980” in this blog entry.  LISP is the classical artificial intelligence language, and…

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Artificial Intelligence Tutorial: Video Games and Artificial Intelligence

This is an interesting tutorial, although it more like a reading and viewing of a slide deck and not a true tutorial. Video Games and Artificial Intelligence Other tutorials or papers you might want to take a look at are: Paper from 1996, easy read for anyone who has taken probabilities: ftp://ftp.research.microsoft.com/pub/ejh/dt.pdf Good links, although…

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Artificial Intelligence: Reflections on Turing’s "Computing Machinery and Intelligence"

  I have just finished reading “Computing Machinery And Intelligence” By A. M. Turing, and if you are thinking about doing game design, you need to read this article. It is humorous and fun to read, no math or symbolic logic symbols, clearly Turing was having fun when he wrote this. To find out how…

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Anticryptography

I just got my aluminum hat tuned up. Communicating with an unknown recipient is something fasinates me.  Strangely enough, there are a number of early branches of computer language design in developing artificial intelligence, as well as communication theory. One of the early articles, and it reads like one of the X-files can be found…

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Practical use of Artificial Intelligence: Making Beer

Practical use of Artificial Intelligence: Making Beer In other articles I have discussed artificial intelligence in games and the cognitive types.  Another practical use of artificial intelligence is to use it to help in brewing beer.  An article (Threapleton and Wilson),  http://www.neurosolutions.com/resources/apps/beer.html, describes the use of neural networks and AI in the creation of beer. …

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Artificial Intelligence will eat your brain, you could live forever

Will AI eat your brain?  This question recently came up in a conversation.  Is there a possibility that AI will someday be able to map your brain so that you could have a simulated longer lifespan?  Thinking about Elizabeth Taylor, she will live on, at least on Turner Classic Movies (TCM), where I am sure…

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Silverlight: Windows Phone From Scratch, good tutorial for all

  Learning how to develop on the phone, I have found a tutorial you may want to take a look at, it goes on for a bit, but seems to be complete. The link for all of the links for the Windows Phone From Scratch tutorial (link checked Dec. 1, 2010): http://jesseliberty.com/?s=Windows+Phone+From+Scratch If you are…

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Artificial Intelligence appears to be a poor choice for Windows Phone 7 design blogs

Wow, I just checked my numbers on blogging, and it appears that Artificial Intelligence is not an interesting subject to many people.  Darn. Oh well, my fingers push the keys and you get what you get.  Maybe I should just do links and stuff like that, or talk about what I do.  Nay, it isn’t…

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