Thursday, March 31, 2016

Embodiment and successful human-computer communication

Wittgenstein argued that it was "Shared human means of which we interpret an unknown language." (Philosophical Investigations, 1953, Blackwell, 2001).  If this is true then for an AI and a human to communicate and understand each other they need to share the same sets of behaviors.  This is also what's needed to define the most compact and most primitive set of basic concepts and vocabulary.  Again, with Asa H I am trying to accomplish this with the kind of embodiment described in my blogs of  1 Oct. and 5 Nov. 2015. (Also see a beginning of this in the protolanguage section of chapter 1 of my book Twelve Papers,

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