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Most AI groups refuse to give their “AIs” personal memory

Neuron @NeuroCellPress Special issue: Consciousness review “Thalamic contributions to the state and contents of consciousness” by Christopher Whyte, Michelle Redinbaugh, James Shine and, Yuri Saalmann @UWMadison @Sydney_Uni @Stanford https://hubs.li/Q02xqFnP0 https://pic.x.com/y7wzpgeky0 Replying to @NeuroCellPress @UWMadison and 2 others You say “consciousness”, but most AI groups refuse to give their “AIs” personal memory, access to the Internet,
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Catalyzing change is brutally hard work, busy part timers should plan decades ahead

Ana Burgos Ruiz @Ana_BurgosRuiz We are launching a platform to connect researchers who are open to collaborate with others… (1/3) Catalyzing change is brutally hard work, busy part timers should plan decades ahead – There are many hundreds of millions of people making professional, investment, innovation, issue, topic, interest, financial, research and other kinds of
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Teach computers to program computers, and make them remember what they learn

All the LLM groups forget that humans are tool-makers and tool-users, and that is what sets them into the “intelligent” category. Copying sentence fragments is still at the level of “monkey-see, monkey-do”. No matter how much low level free stuff from the Internet is poured into the uncurated and unindexed raw training material. You simply
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Prizes for the worst inventions, Nobel Prize in Advertising and Influence, Bad Historical Innovations

Prizes for the worst inventions, Nobel Prize in Advertising and Influence, Bad Historical Innovations — Perhaps there needs to be a prize for the worst inventions.   I was thinking about plastic and disposable products. “Oh, the convenience of plastic and paper products – use it once, and just throw it away!” Absolutely brilliant. And,
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