From: J. Andrew Rogers (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Nov 28 2008 - 15:05:32 MST
On Nov 28, 2008, at 1:36 PM, Larry wrote:
> Ultimately real AI is likely going to be emulating a nervous
> system. You arn't going to program knowledge into the AI, your
> going to create a program that can learn. Basically its going
> to be an interpreter that runs a nervous system. For this purpose
> LISP or other "AI languages" would be worse than useless. You'll
> want C,C++ or assembly, anything else is just going to get in the
> way and slow things down.
> How you assemble the "brain" running on top of the low level code,
> thats the real challenge.
Non sequitur singularity, FTW.
J. Andrew Rogers
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