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    Posted on November 1st, 2015

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    Pattern Miner!

    Check it out — thanks to Shujing Ke, we now have a “frequent and surprising pattern miner” for OpenCog, which runs either on a single machine or distributed across multiple machines! This is a “greedy algorithm” for exhaustively finding patterns in an Atomspace.  In the big picture, it’s intended to complement smarter but even-slower non-greedy […]

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    Posted on July 11th, 2015

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    OpenCog partners with Hanson Robotics to work toward human-like robots

    Hanson Robotics, the world’s premier maker of realistic humanoid robot heads and faces, is partnering with the OpenCog Foundation to develop general intelligence for Hanson robots. Recently relocated to Hong Kong, Hanson Robotics is collaborating closely with Gino Yu’s OpenCog oriented R&D lab at Hong Kong Poly U, as well as with iCog Labs in […]

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    Posted on June 6th, 2015

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    Aspects of Artificial General Intelligence

    Aspects of Artificial General Intelligence – AGI 13 Interview With Ben Goertzel Central themes: * Probability theory as a key tool in building advanced, rational AGI systems * Mind-body integration as key to human-like intelligence * The importance of integrative design and dynamics in AGI systems * The systems theory of mind, reflecting the integration […]

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    Posted on April 5th, 2013

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    New OpenCog AI Lab opens in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    This week was the opening of the second R&D lab dedicated to OpenCog R&D.  Complementing the OpenCog lab in Hong Kong, we now have an OpenCog-focused facility in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.   Initial staff consists of expert C++ programmers, who will be spending their first several months training on advanced AI and OpenCog related technologies, […]

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    Posted on April 5th, 2013

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    New Hong Kong government funding for OpenCog robotics work

    The Hong Kong Innovation in Technology Fund (ITF) has funded a two year project, 2013-2014, aimed at usingOpenCog AGI technology to control Hanson Robokind humanoid robots.   The funding is via an industry-university-government collaboration scheme, in which the ITF contributes 90% of the funds, Novamente LLC contributes 10%, and Hanson Robokind contributes two Robokind humanoid robots. […]

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