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Brent_Allsop replied 11 years ago (Dec 30th 2012, 10:32:00 pm)
Hi Sam123, Yea, your stuff is looking good. Remember that Canonizer.com is all about finding others that at least agree with you on some things, and building as much consensus as possible as camps supported by only one person are usually filtered or ignored by most, and certainly don't rise to the top. As far as how to add images and such, when you are on the camp statement edit page there is a link to a [http://canonizer.com/topic.asp/73 purple wiki text cheat sheet] page describing how to use the open source purple wiki wiki text parser we use. Thanks for all your great contributions!! It's great to have a good reference to how you currently think on all this. Brent Allsop
Sam123 replied 11 years ago (Dec 30th 2012, 11:16:35 am)
Hi Brent, Hope you are doing fine. Wish you a very happy new year! I am trying to put up my best thoughts on issues and topics that interests me. Just need to keep up with the references, so i need to place hypertext links. Also, if you help me with images and taglines that i want to put within the article/statements. any special codes for that? Thanks, Sam123 (Sidharta)
Brent_Allsop replied 11 years ago (Nov 9th 2012, 9:05:51 pm)
Hi Sam123, Welcome to Canonizer.com, and thanks for this great new topic contribution. Feel free to include an introduction thread on this topic forum, where you and everyone, as they join, can introduce themselves. You probably know me as the founder of Canonizaer.com. I'd love to know more about who you are and your interests. I'm also very interested in this topic, and agree with everything in the "Machine thinking patterns using AI tools" so am now supporting this camp with you. One thing I noticed is you have the following statement in the camp statement: "This topic forum is dedicated to such discussions which would likely open to some new directions in thought simulation in machines." I think this kind of stuff belongs in the root "agreement statement". Typically, it is in the root statement where the purpose and methods of the survey are described. A good way to think about it is the root camp, which all camps support, is where the topic survey question is asked, and all the sub camps are the various possible different points of view or answers to this question are stated and measured for how much expert consensus they have. Also when you talk about the "unified model of an artificial mind is aimed to explain the working of different elements of the mind" and such I wonder if you agree the phenomenal properties, or qualia, like redness and greenness are included in this? (As described in the [http://canonizer.com/topic.asp/88/28 dualism] camp. If you agree, would you mind adding a doctrine statement to the camp including something like this? If not, I can create a supporting sub camp of the "Machine thinking patterns using AI tools" camp. Thanks!! Brent Allsop