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The Real Risks of AI

By Punarjay Chakravarty In the past year or so, there has been a spate of high-profile pronouncements by respected scientists and engineers, cautioning the world about the potential ill-effects of AI. Stephen Hawking, one of the foremost experts on theoretical and astro physics told the BBC that “The development of… Read More »The Real Risks of AI

Recent HTM projects

It’s exciting to see growing interest and participation in the AGI community. This is another brief post to share two examples. In this case, they both build on one approach to AGI, and that is HTM. FXAI – Explorations Into Computational Intelligence A blog that is pretty well described by… Read More »Recent HTM projects

Connectome browser – hierarchy viewer?

Hierarchy Viewer? Ongoing research to map out the patterns of connectivity in the human brain continues to produce stunning visuals. Are we looking at the hierarchy as proposed in the Memory-Prediction framework? In any case, it’s fun to explore, which you can do here:


by David Rawlinson and Gideon Kowadlo   The Blog This blog will be written by several people. Other contributors are welcome – send us an email to introduce yourself! The content will be a series of short articles about a set of common architectures for artificial general intelligence (AGI). Specifically,… Read More »Introduction