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Friday, July 06, 2018


Preventing unwarranted negation in the First Working AGI.

The First Working AGI (Artificial General Intelligence) has a problem in the version written in Perl Five. After we trigger a logical inference by entering "anna is woman" and answering the question "DOES ANNA HAVE CHILD" with "no", the Perlmind properly adjusts the knowledge base (KB) and states the confirmed knowledge as "ANNA DOES NOT HAVE CHILD". Apparently the reentry of concept 502=ANNA back into the experiential memory is letting the InStantiate() module put too much activation on the 502=ANNA concept and the AI is erroneously outputting "ANNA BE NOT WOMAN". Since the original idea was "anna is woman", the real defect in the software is not so much the selection of the old idea but rather its unwarranted negation. When we change some code in the InStantiate() module to put a lower activation on reentrant concepts, the problem seemingly goes away, because the AI says "I HELP KIDS" instead of "ANNA BE NOT WOMAN", but as AI Mind Maintainers we need to track down where the unwarranted negation comes from.

The unwarranted negation comes from the OldConcept() module where the time-of-be-verb $tbev flag was being set for an 800=BE verb and was then accidentally carrying over its value as the improper place for inserting a 500=NOT $jux flag into an idea subsequently selected as a remembered thought. When we zero out $tbev at the end of OldConcept(), the Ghost AI stops negating the wrong memory.