From: Richard Loosemore (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Jan 14 2006 - 09:00:40 MST
I looked at PIBOT. Complete drivel. English may not be his native
language (I am guessing), but even so this is a claim with absolutely no
substance, and nothing in the writing to indicate that he knows what he
is talking about.
People: Does this happen frequently? I mean, is there a sub-genre of
people who claim that thay have done it, like this guy Rick Geniale?
Maybe we should produce a list of sites that are obviously cuckoo, so we
can avoid wasting our time reading them?
Marc Geddes wrote:
> This is all getting quite exciting if I may say so ;)
> Some new company is again making big claims. They say
> they've succeeded in creating the world's first true
> AGI , which they call PIBOT, and that they're going to
> unveil PIBOT to the world in a series of press
> conferences starting at the end of this year. See:
> Sounds like a hoax to me. I've read the stuff on the
> web-site and hey, even I could write something more
> plausible sounding and clever than that ;) I see no
> evidence they've even got a rudimentary AGI theory.
> Still, it all adds to the general fun I suppose.
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