SELF-TAUGHT LEARNING MACHINE

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  1. Spellbound Banned Valued Senior Member

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    Fears, you are complicit in the ongoing horrors of the human condition. Concerned with grown-up issues, fairy stories masquerading as the truth.


    With this capacity,
    any applied thinking organism hopes to see
    X=[Q, ‎Ω, W, Y, Z] generate itself X=[Q, , m, n, l ]


    Where the Universe is intelligent, girl guides, common people and holy men take on the role of regulatory schemata given to them like that of black and grey bandannas.
     
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  3. spidergoat Valued Senior Member

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    Love your poetry!
     
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  5. Spellbound Banned Valued Senior Member

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    As it was meant to be with the right symbols and the correct spelling:

    SELF-TAUGHT LEARNING MACHINE

    Fears, you are complicit in the ongoing horrors of the human condition. Concerned with grown-up issues, fairy stories masquerading as the truth.


    With the capacity, any applied thinking organism hopes to see X=[Q, ‎Ω, W, Y, Z] generate itself X=[Q, , m, n, l ]


    Where the Universe is intelligent, girl guides, common people and holy men take on the role of regulatory schemata given to them like that of black and grey bandana.
     
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  7. Yazata Valued Senior Member

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    I don't understand that. Are you saying that people should abandon their fears? I'll reply that I agree, but it's easier said than done.

    I don't have a clue what you meant by that.

    What is X=[Q, ‎Ω, W, Y, Z]? Is that a set? What do the symbols mean? What is X?

    Why would "any applied thinking organism" hope to see this set of symbols "generate itself"? What does that mean and what would it accomplish? I don't understand the point you are trying to make (if there is one).

    I don't understand that either. It sounds more like poetry than philosophy. ("black and grey bandana"?)
     
  8. C C Consular Corps - "the backbone of diplomacy" Valued Senior Member

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    I really don't know, either, but there are these possibilities:

    The gay Handkerchief Code (AKA bandana code, flagging). Where color indicates a preferred sexual fetish. Grey supposedly means "bondage" and black supposedly means "S&M". A bandana of the two combined colors might be advertising both.

    Gang identification by bandana color. Apparently combinations of colors are sometimes used.

    Abstracting from those particular examples, it might be a sign or symbol for belonging to a school of thought, belief, or practice ("...guides ... holy men"). Yep, spiritual poetry I guess.
     
  9. Spellbound Banned Valued Senior Member

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    In the above, I extracted a statement from Richard, Owner of the actual Feedom/ Actual lies Satanic cult, epitomized and exposed it is rendered impotent as a threat of corruption to the human mind. I then chose X as a generative grammar to represent any product of thought that is centered around a goal or achievement. Where a thought is generated and contained within the mind and expressed in action, making the latter a product of the former (eliminating Cartesian mind-body dualism which is the result of mental corruption). “Black and grey bandana” is symbolism for the non-distinct worth of a human individual.
     
  10. Sarkus Hippomonstrosesquippedalo phobe Valued Senior Member

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    And this is supposed to make sense to people?
     
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  12. Yazata Valued Senior Member

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    Which words were his? The first line about fears being contributors to the "horrors of the human condition" and about their being illusory? I don't entirely disagree with that.

    Their website is odd, I'll grant that. But it doesn't look like a "satanic cult". It doesn't have anything to do with Satan, for one thing. I think that's your projection, a product of your fears.

    You seem to have a love/hate relationship with that website. In some posts you write like you think that Richard and his friends are prophets, right up there with the almighty Langan, and possess the secret of the universe. In other posts you condemn him as Satan and rant incoherently against him. My suggestion is to stop visiting his website if it makes you so agitated and to move on with your own life. You should be trying to cultivate calmness and lucidity.

    You "epitomized and exposed it"? In this thread? Where and how? How is it a "threat of corruption to the human mind"? It looks like a personal mish-mash of Hinduism and Buddhism to me, but if those practicing it like it, good for them.

    How would you define 'generative grammar'? What does a 'generative grammar' have to do with goals and achievement? You're just associating things again and leaving out all of the intermediate steps that you need to make a plausible argument.

    Ok, intentional actions are the product of our thoughts. I don't understand how that eliminates 'Cartesian dualism', or what it has to do with Richard. Nor would I agree that Cartesian dualism is "the result of mental corruption".

    Symbolizes how? What is the connection between bandannas and human worth?
     
  13. Spellbound Banned Valued Senior Member

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    Intentional thought becomes willed action based on the form and function of the physical body in question. This eliminates Cartesian mind-body dualism because thought and action are united by a common medium, namely the universe. Where the actualized potential of “thought becoming action” are part of the generative grammars of a cosmic proto computational language, namely SCSPL. I am excluding all that is not perceptual within this language.
     
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    Action ___________________________________ ; Cosmic Proto-computational Language

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    I fear nothing except that which lives forever...
     
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    A self-taught learning machine?

    What you mean like:

    Copy [thisprogram] to [thisprogram]
    Copy [thisprogram] to [thisprogram]
    Copy [thisprogram] to [thisprogram]
    ...

    In theory it should run forever, however it is not self-taught. It must be programmed.

    "Good heavens. Machines making machines."-C3PO, The Clone Wars.
     
  17. Michael 345 Valued Senior Member

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    If you sat a self taught learning machine down in the middle of a swamp - on the moon - in the middle of New York - at the bottom of the ocean

    how does the machine in each situation KNOW what to learn?

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    It doesn't Michael. It must be programmed. Told what to do.
     
  19. Michael 345 Valued Senior Member

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    So its not a

    self taught learning machine

    OK

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  20. Counter Registered Senior Member

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    It is after the first run. It is running what it's just written.
     
  21. Michael 345 Valued Senior Member

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    I would be very interested in that first program which sets the self taught learning machine in action

    I can see a human being set down in a swamp and learning about the swamp but

    on catching sight of New York in the distance moving there to gain different experience and knowledge

    I am not sure if you can program curiosity into a self taught learning machine

    Good luck to all that can do that

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