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Empathy and AI: Part V
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In Empathy and AI: Part I I discussed the possibility of coding for empathy in our imagined AI offspring.

In Empathy and AI: Part II I wondered about how to perform the mirroring function for an AI.  Most AI researchers believe that the AI's mind will evolve rather than spring into being fully formed.  As such, encoding for empathy becomes a significant issue.

In Empathy and AI: Part III I briefly described some of the factors involved in the development of a coherent sense of self and how such development depends upon an empathic connection to another's mind.

In Empathy and AI: Part IV I speculated on how the development of a self in an AI could go awry analogous to disorders of the self in humans.

In this final post in the series I want to discuss the higher order functions that a healthy mind must contain and my concern the there may be a relative neglect of such higher order functions in the field of AI. 

Fortuitously, J Stoors Hall, who blogs on AI at the Foresight Institute, wrote today about the father of AI, Marvin Minsky, whose ideas have been somewhat neglected in the field but are germane to the discussion.  Minsky was speculating about the organization of a mature AI mind:

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Was in Paris in April and I agree with the post

2005-05-25 16:26:56 by foie-gras

About Chocolate and Zucchini, you also might enjoy this link to an article she wrote that is also on her blog site I believe.
She is "spot-on" with the most up to date ideas on the Paris Food Scene. The Patricia Wells book is a classic, and will definitely give you some good ideas but some things are not current and she does tend to favor the pricier places[not that great for people changing dollars into euros right now]but I have also found her opinions and facts absolutely correct. You might also get some helpful info from this blog.. /
Also, when you get there, buy the "Guide Zurban" from any news kioske...it is only in French though, but if you can read a little French you can figure it out. It is a weekly guide to all that is fun and hip and happening in Paris that...

Yup.

2007-11-29 20:52:24 by experience_counts2

And FYI "I'm betting that..." is a common saying in English and it's pretty obvious from the usage that I was not soliciting wagers.
I _am_ betting that in my investments which is where it counts. I predicted it'd go over $3.00 a gallon when "common wisdom" said "Oh at $2.40 to $2.50 a gallon people will just stop buying it". I even traded my big 14mpg SUV for a little one when it hit $2.40 - I was that certain that it wasn't going to stop there.
Oil may be priced in dollars now but the cracks are starting to show and a lot of oil rich countries don't think much of us right now - or outright fear us. As the foreign investment drops off there is less restraining those nations from doing something crazy like start selling oil in Euros. There's even some incentive to tip the...

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