Re: Misunderstanding?

From: Richard Loosemore (
Date: Mon Jan 30 2006 - 06:22:21 MST


Nobody here is misunderstanding you.

We have only asked you to talk in very general terms how you come to
have built an AGI where nobody else has done so. Where nobody else even
knows how to do so, yet.

You do not answer.

This indicates you do not have an answer.

No misunderstanding.

Richard Loosemore

Rick Geniale wrote:
> Dear Sirs,
> In the last couple of days, we have deeply analyzed the scenario in
> which we are and from almost every point of view. Also, we have mainly
> deeply analyzed the reactions that our written communications could have
> produced in the audience.
> First of all, let us explain that there is a *very very big
> misundertanding*, but this misunderstanding in not attributable to us.
> We think that the main reason is the possible impact of our AGI work in
> the AGI world.
> Let us better explain our viewpoint.
> The AGI world is not a world in which there are many financial resources
> (you can read Ben Goerztel declarations about that).
> For example, if someone ask to us "Why invest in AGI?", our response is:
> "because AGI is a very positive invention".
> When we said that "anybody today can practically demonstrate to possess
> an AGI could worth ...", we don't speak of economic (or financial)
> value, but we speak of a scientific value in perspective and for all
> people (this is the only meaning, not others).
> Therefore, if we meet a potential investor in any place (on the train,
> on the beach, on the mountains, or anywhere), we could explain to him
> that our AGI is only positive (there is no negative aspects in our AGI).
> Furthermore, we could explain to a potential investor that he should not
> invest his time with machiavellians people (we are not machiavellians)
> that are only negative people (this is an italian "idiom" that
> demonstrate only our *high personal esteem* towards any potential
> investor).
> Regarding our strategy, we don't have affirmed in any place that we want
> to necessarily build a supercompany (we are always been opened to many
> solutions).
> We hope that this explanation definitively clarify our intentions once
> and for all.
> Misunterstanding cannot persists forever.
> Best Regards.
> Rick Geniale Enterprises Corp.

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