Saturday, May 7, 2016

Semantic engine

Floridi has proposed a two-machine metaprogramming architecture to solve the symbol grounding problem and give an artificial agent semantics.  (Luciano Floridi, The Philosophy of Information, Oxford University Press, 2011, pages 166-171) There looks to be some similarity to Asa H and to my older A.s.a. F. architecture. Floridi assumes a society of such agents inter communicating with each other, again as with Asa F and Asa H. I think I may code up a minimal implementation of his two-machine agent and try it out, in keeping with scientific pluralism. I want to see if it does anything that Asa H doesn't do.

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