Re: Artificial Intelligence, the hobby and the USRA

Tim O'Connor

Of course, this "AI" is capable of learning (i.e. adding to its knowledge base and its inferences).
So having read, say, annotated criticisms of its own output, it can make further investigations and
refine what it 'knows'. It should also be able to "footnote" every inference that it makes by walking
back the inputs that got it there. So it should be "self-correcting" as long as its output has referees;
which is not that much different from how we learn stuff -- and go way off track, when we have no
referee. :-)

What I want to see is a political debate between two AI engines ! Should be a real hoot. :-D

On 1/28/2023 6:40 PM, Dennis Storzek via wrote:

On Sat, Jan 28, 2023 at 02:00 PM, Robert kirkham wrote:
That said, i’m fascinated by how much useful information the App has been able to provide.
The problem is, you have no idea if the information is correct.

Dennis Storzek

Tim O'Connor
Sterling, Massachusetts

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