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This is interesting for the effort it represents, which seems to be an effort to tie together the various parts of mainstream current AI/machine learning and form something akin to general AI.

Looks mostly impossible/far-to-sketchy. The main thing I’d see is the current algorithms don’t integrate closely with each other and so any plan has to involve averaging or otherwise combining answers after each decided on an answer, a cumbersome process.

It seems to be done by graduate students but the young are supposed to be the visionaries, right?