From: Aaron Miller (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Dec 16 2008 - 19:34:02 MST
Well, I would assume that Cyc, which is as far as I know a somewhat
commercial venture, borrows in part from Eurisko, which would mean that the
source would fall under the category of trade secrets, being possibly both
#3 and #4.
On Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 8:37 PM, Randall Randall <firstname.lastname@example.org
> On Dec 15, 2008, at 7:01 PM, Peter de Blanc wrote:
> Philip Hunt wrote:
>>> The consensus is that the source code for Eurisko isn't publicly
>>> available anywhere. Does anyone know why this is? Some possibilities
>>> 1. the code was lost and no longer exists
>>> 2. Doug Lenat has it, but is not aware that anyone else wants it
>>> 3. Lenat has it, but is not not able to make it available for legal
>>> 4. Lenat has it, but wants it to remain secret
>>> 5. anything else?
>> The anthropic principle?
> Hah. Number 2 is not it, probably, since someone on this list
> mentioned emailing him about it years ago; I assume that means
> he's aware people would like to see it.
> Randall Randall
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