From: Ben Goertzel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Aug 10 2002 - 09:08:33 MDT
I agree with that -- advanced AGI's will develop nonhuman ways of
programming. Our programming paradigms are based on the linear-syntax
nature of human language, whereas AGI's won't communicate using linear
syntax in the human-language sense.
But I consider it very very unlikely that the new prog. paradigms introduced
by AGI's will be based on either
-- human brain metaphors, or
-- humanly simple visual metaphors
as I think the first real AGI's will have neither humanlike brains nor
humanlike visual systems...
> Who knows, an SI might discard our semantic-language way of programming,
> using it only when necessary to interface with 'legacy' human systems.
> Can we predict even possible programming paradigms of an SI?
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