My Automatic Internet Search Engine Will Free World from Money and Employment

23 Aug

Hi All, I am going to New York City today. First, I will pick up my books and DVD about my dream project automatic search engine. I put the list of items waiting for me in the Science Industry and Business Library which is the best in the whole country. Then perhaps I will do some more online learning and blog posting and see if anybody has anything about my project. I put some more info about my project which goes under Artificial General Intelligence. Later on I will go to a speach by Meta S. Brown about Advanced Analitics. This is to improve the business skills. My dream project is to build an automatic internet search engine for all internet users around the world. Anybody can get the explanation for any question which makes everybody feel like so smart as a super scientist. This will transform our world into a smart one. The world will be free of money and employment pressures. This is total freedom. Nobody will need any representative for government and politics. Everybody will have direct decision with super intelligent automatic search engine. It is to automate search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing. No politics no stupidity. Freedom and democracy. This is the American dream. Actually global dream. This will let the U.S. be free of all current problems and lead the world. All evils will be eliminated in this smart life. I will let you know about developments later on.

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Abstract: Ahmed Abdel-Fattah and Kai-Uwe Kuehnberger

Remarks on the Feasibility and the Ethical Challenges of a Next Milestone in AGI

Ahmed Abdel-Fattah & Kai-Uwe Kuehnberger

The success of a project like IBM’s Watson or the collaborative research endeavor of the European Union to develop a Large Knowledge Collider (LarKC) for web applications paves the way for the integration of enormous amounts of (not necessarily homogeneous) knowledge for AGI applications. Speculating about the next milestones in the development of general intelligence, we hypothesize that a large, distributed, massively knowledge-based learning system will depict new aspects of general intelligence that cannot be easily simulated with classical (real-world) agents or isolated systems. Just to make such a system slightly more transparent, we think that the integration of knowledge coded in video streams of privately attached cameras and mobile devices could be coupled with information available online in private or public databases, general-purpose knowledge bases, or domain-specific ontologies in order to allow completely new forms of inferences, predictions, and control. Such a system could proactively ask you to close the window in your office before leaving, if the outside camera tells it that your window is open and the weather forecast predicts a thunder storm in the evening. All such types of information mentioned above are more or less freely available and do not presuppose access to governmental sources of information (like surveillance devices, satellite images, profiles of persons generated by police or intelligence services etc.).
The Fourth Conference on Artificial General Intelligence
Google Inc. 1300 Crittenden Ln. Mountain View, CA 94043
August 3-6 (Wed-Sat) 2011

New York Business Intelligence

Preparing for Advanced Analytics

Tuesday, August 23, 2011, 6:00 PM

Selected By: Yuriy Michael Goldman

1633 Broadway

1633 Broadway, New York, NY (map)

Selected By: Yuriy Michael Goldman  

Preparing for Advanced Analytics

Businesses are moving beyond reporting and business intelligence to more sophisticated analytics. Experienced executives and newly minted MBAs alike are discovering the benefits of analytics and making moves to introduce these methods into their own arsenals. Yet these executives often find their IT organizations are resistant or simply unprepared to meet the challenge of supporting advanced analytics.

IT professionals who do not understand analytics terminology and support requirements can be viewed as behind the times or worse, putting themselves and their teams at risk.

Savvy IT professionals are preparing now for the analytics revolution.
Learn how you can be prepared when your company moves into the analytics age.

In this session, you will learn answers to questions like these:

  • What are the benefits of advanced analytics?
  • Statisticians, quants, data miners – what do they do?
  • What do analysts expect from you?

About the speaker
Meta S. Brown promotes the use of business analytics. A hands-on analyst who has tackled projects with up to $900 million at stake, she is a recognized expert in cutting-edge business analytics. Ms. Brown has conducted over 4,000 hours of presentations about business analytics.
She has written guides on neural networks, quality improvement, statistical process control, and many other statistical methods. Her seminars have attracted thousands of attendees from across the United States and Canada, from novices to professors.

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