From: J. Andrew Rogers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 19 2005 - 08:59:10 MDT
Marc Geddes wrote:
> "The following schematic proposes 28 universal data
> types for sentient minds. It is proposed that 7
> universal knowledge domains (Matter, Mathematics,
> Mentality, Meaning, Models, Morality and Mind)
What do you need so many? And why don't some of these collapse into the same thing in
implementation i.e. when not waxing eloquent from the ivory tower? Now that I think about
it, you should add "Loyal", "Thrifty", and "Brave" to that list.
You should considering patenting this before it is too late. Many other AI researchers with
lists-of-words designs have already patented their lists, and one of them may try to steal
yours if it is better than theirs.
j. andrew rogers
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