* Posts by I.Geller

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Hey dudes, we need to start living together in Harmony: Huawei puffs up new distributed OS

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The new kind of OS will appear shortly - AI OS. Most, eventually all, programs will be replaced by structured (into synonymous clusters) texts. I was ready to create it...

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Why? PA Advisors v Google. You shouldn't play foul games with me. The US lost its supremacy into cyberspace.

Google started as a result of a research project funded by the US defence department while Larry Page and Sergey Brin was at Stanford University. DARPA was thanked in a White Paper for the creation of Google. Google usually worked with the US defence department. In 2003, Google signed a 2.1million dollar contract with the national security agency Google built a search engine for the NSA that can search in 24 languages. In 2005 inQtel the CIA venture Capitalist Vehicle sold over 5000 shares of Google. Google map technology was developed for the US military under the name Keyhole Inc named after keyhole satellite used by the US military. In August, 2013, the Guardian Newspaper revealed that The National Security Agency paid millions to cover the cost of companies such as Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and Facebook involved in the Prism Surveillance programme after a court ruled that some of the agency's activities was unconstitutional.

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Russian OS comes soon

Add passwords to list of stuff CafePress made hash of storing, says infoseccer. 11m+ who used Facebook 'n' pals to sign in were lucky

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Study Philosophy! If SQL came from External theory try Internal.

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14. The computer system of claim 9 in which said facility configured to extract predicative phrases is further configured to assign to the subtexts information regarding the date of their origin.

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Impossible, AI is a blockchain technology.

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AI password is absolutely unique, dynamically changes/ is a part of blockchain/ securely saved in many ledgers, can be a few thousand records long.

Apple loses FaceTime patent appeal again. And again. And again. And again. And again... yes, it's the fifth time

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Re: As much as I love bashing Apple...

Now and here?

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Re: Hypocritical?

What about an inventor?

Apple: Ok, ok, we'll stop listening in on your Siri conversations. For now, but maybe in the future

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Without personal profiles, updates and purging - the listening is the lost of money and time.

As many as 100,000 IBM staff axed in recent years as Big Blue battles to reinvent itself from IT's 'old fuddy duddy'

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Re: Get them while they're naive

For the first time in all Humanities discovered and patented real fact: AI-parsing. I've made all the Humanities accurate.

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Re: Artificial Intelligence

IBM uses Watson "models", where each model has its own dictionary and a set of synonyms. IBM HR "AI" system compares patterns, which are obtained using these dictionaries.

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Re: Get them while they're naive

For example IBM began Watson as a chain of models, where each Watson model is distinct from others because it uses its unique hand-made dictionary, right after I got my patent on the structuring.

1. A computer system implemented method of creating and using structured data from a textual input, the method comprising: providing a table for structured data; receiving at least one textual input; dividing at least a portion of the textual input into one or more paragraphs; for each of the paragraphs, creating a profile by extracting one or more predicative phrases from the paragraph; for each of the predicative phrases, extracting a noun from the predicative phrase; for each extracted noun, receiving a textual definition from the dictionary corresponding to the noun of the predicative phrase; dividing the textual definition for each noun into one or more definition paragraphs, and creating a profile for each definition paragraph by extracting one or more predicative phrases of the definition paragraph; comparing the profile of each definition paragraph to the profile of the paragraph containing the respective noun based upon an algorithm for compatibility; and adding the predicative phrase containing the noun into the table for structured data if the algorithm for compatibility is satisfied.

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Mushroom

Re: Get them while they're naive

I did

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Re: Not Unique

The problem rather into IBM hired only the best craftsmen, programmers and never thinkers.

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IBM makes a terrible mistake continuing to build models for its Watson AI! Instead it must use one common dictionary, like Oxford or Merriam. You see - AI has the rigid rules. One of these rules - no models, no hand-made Watson dictionary!

Take two cornerstones of British life, booze and queues, then squirt them with face scans: AI Bar

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AI answers. If AI has personal profiles/ histories it can search and answer.

What's the last piece of software you'd expect to spy on you? Maybe your enterprise security suite? Bad news

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Re: Stop spying on me!

They spy because they need to explain, annotate your search queries and sell theses explanations to advertisers. AI explain search quires internally, you own these explanations, you decide what to do with them.Search engines, like Google and FB, can go to the hell! You don't need them anymore, this is AI.

Cybercrooks attempted credential-stuffing banks 3.5 BEEELLION times in the last 18 months alone

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In the case of structured data a password can be hundreds and even thousands of absolutely unique, timestamped and intertwined patterns, mostly constructed, and one cannot even theoretically falsificate the password.

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In AI case personal profiles are the closest to blockchain ledgers.

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There is only one recipe: use structured data (structured texts, sets of meaningful correlated and timestamped phrases, synonymous clusters) instead of separate and not concatenated SQL records.

To get a sense of Samsung's Q2 profits, picture a Galaxy Fold closing to half the size

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The only way to "understand" is to find the same patterns (in a dictionary definition) that match what was used before, which can be done automatically and is called AI.

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The camel's back and the straw, read below? If Samsung can use AI before them, it can gain an advantage and win competition,

AI answers, and nothing else.

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Re: 5G

And AI is the key! AI is the straw that can break a camel back.

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Most probably as "AI understanding" Samsung (and all others) mean this:

1. A computer system implemented method of creating and using structured data from a textual input, the method comprising: providing a table for structured data; receiving at least one textual input; dividing at least a portion of the textual input into one or more paragraphs; for each of the paragraphs, creating a profile by extracting one or more predicative phrases from the paragraph; for each of the predicative phrases, extracting a noun from the predicative phrase; for each extracted noun, receiving a textual definition from the dictionary corresponding to the noun of the predicative phrase; dividing the textual definition for each noun into one or more definition paragraphs, and creating a profile for each definition paragraph by extracting one or more predicative phrases of the definition paragraph; comparing the profile of each definition paragraph to the profile of the paragraph containing the respective noun based upon an algorithm for compatibility; and adding the predicative phrase containing the noun into the table for structured data if the algorithm for compatibility is satisfied.

OK, Google. We've got just the gesture for you: Hand-tracking Project Soli coming to Pixel 4

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Google won't stop at nothing: wants to annotate queries at any cost.

Apple techies analyzing Siri recordings may have heard you unzipping and bonking – plus more

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Doesn't have any sense to make hand-made dictionaries, "train your data" - much cheaper and effective to have just a good dictionary and a well-established encyclopedia, which both already got in themselves all needed correlations and synonyms.

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Re: Right to Privacy?

Their "models" are actually an attempt to cheat on me and don't pay me for my patented AI, these "models" are nothing else but hand-made dictionaries.

"Training Data is nothing but enriched or labeled data you need to train your models."

https://hackernoon.com/what-is-training-data-really-adf0b97a116c

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Re: Right to Privacy?

"Training Data is nothing but enriched or labeled data you need to train your models."

https://hackernoon.com/what-is-training-data-really-adf0b97a116c

They all manually make dictionaries and definitions.

1. A computer system implemented method of creating and using structured data from a textual input, the method comprising: providing a table for structured data; receiving at least one textual input; dividing at least a portion of the textual input into one or more paragraphs; for each of the paragraphs, creating a profile by extracting one or more predicative phrases from the paragraph; for each of the predicative phrases, extracting a noun from the predicative phrase; for each extracted noun, receiving a textual definition from the dictionary corresponding to the noun of the predicative phrase; dividing the textual definition for each noun into one or more definition paragraphs, and creating a profile for each definition paragraph by extracting one or more predicative phrases of the definition paragraph; comparing the profile of each definition paragraph to the profile of the paragraph containing the respective noun based upon an algorithm for compatibility; and adding the predicative phrase containing the noun into the table for structured data if the algorithm for compatibility is satisfied.

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Re: Right to Privacy?

Yes, I forgot! Buy a corrupt judge first and ask the CIA to cover you.

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Re: Right to Privacy?

American tradition: steal and run, Look at Eric Schmidt, Sergey Brin and Larry Page?

However this is AI.

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Re: Right to Privacy?

Dictionary is a book or electronic resource that lists the words of a language (typically in alphabetical order) and gives their meaning, often also providing information about pronunciation, origin, and usage.

These companies MANUALLY make dictionaries. They soon will stop. No sense. I patented that.

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Re: Right to Privacy?

This won't work, don't worry, purely technically. Soon they all will stop to listen.

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AI Adoption Fuels Demand for Data-Labeling Services = wsj.com

Now you see the reason why I patented it all

Sleeping Tesla driver wonders why his car ploughed into 11 traffic cones on a motorway

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Not everything at once

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Re: Choose?

AI answers, the car CAN "chose" to do one thing over another.

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Re: Tesla provides

...is just allow the War of the Robots...

Wait a few weeks?

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According to Google and Amazon they need many hundreds and thousands shots for each.

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I radically solved and patented the solution for Patchen Barss, Marzyeh Ghassemi (University of Toronto) and Kawin Ethayarajh problem. They shouldn't re-invent a circle, enough to use what I patented long time ago.

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AI isn't a computer or calculator, AI understands and answers:

]un·der·stand

/ˌəndərˈstand/

1.

perceive the intended meaning of (words, a language, or a speaker).

"he didn't understand a word I said"

2.

interpret or view (something) in a particular way.

"as the term is usually understood, legislation refers to regulations and directives"

How?

Through AI-parsing AI gets patterns, which helps is to detect the correct dictionary definitions, and having these definitions AI understands texts. For more please read "Eliminating bias in AI", by Patchen Barss, University of Toronto; https://techxplore.com/news/2019-07-bias-ai.html

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AI finds answers to asked questions (in their contexts and subtexts - as NIST TREC QA wants) and Tesla and others decide how to deal with the answers.

That's the only thing AI does - it finds answers to asked questions (in their contexts and subtexts - as NIST TREC QA wants).

Phuck off, phishers! JPMorgan Chase crafts AI to sniff out malware menacing staff networks

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Re: sacked on the spot

1. I'm the only one who knows AI technology and its true nature - AI answers questions (as NIST TREC QA wants), and is called AI because NIST TREC QA decided it should be called thus. Now you know why I "pop up" on all AI comments, otherwise they will continue to sell you the old crap calling it "AI".

2. We can switch to Russian? There are certain medical reasons I won't ever speak English.

3. I'm the AI, its only voice on the planet Earth.

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sacked on the spot

"...It’s probably things like typos in words or random snippets of characters and numbers jumbled together..."

As you know the most fashionable AI technology of our time — OpenAI technology — completely ignores isolated “words or random fragments of symbols and numbers mixed together” - instead it searches for patterns and does not see that they are composed from something / analyzes these patterns only. Doing so OpenAI ignores the classical definition for "understanding" - "perceive the intended meaning of (words, a language, or a speaker)." Thus be careful revolting against the leading AI technology of our times! The result doesn't matter! OpenAI cannot do wrong because it is financed by Microsoft. The use of my patented AI technology is banned and even any sound of my first or last name can make you sacked on the spot.

Microsoft bungs a billion bucks at biz developing AI that will take our jobs 'for the benefit of all'

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OpwnAI AI does't understand us, where

understand

verb

1.

perceive the intended meaning of (words, a language, or a speaker).

"he didn't understand a word I said"

2.

interpret or view (something) in a particular way.

"as the term is usually understood, legislation refers to regulations and directives"

My AI understands us because it compares patterns, which AI gets parsing our dictionary definitions.

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Re: But

I tested it long ago: AI can be much worse you dare to imagine.

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Re: ?Who's gonna stop the fake news when the polls are down?

I have some hints of conscience and I am at least de jure right now and, with some help, can de facto own AI and control its future... Sergey Brin and others... You decide...

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Parsing the clause "Fekla and Ruclan are singing" OpenAI gets only one pattern "Fekla and Ruclan are singing"

Meanwhile my patented AI-parsing gets from the same clause three patterns including all whatever OpenAI gets:

- Fekla is singing

- Ruslan is singing

- Fekla and Ruslan are singing

This is caused by the use of 75-years old n-gram and not of my patented AI-parsing.

Pair programming? That's so 2017. Try out this deep-learning AI bot that autocompletes lines of source code for you

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Re: Faster train wrecks

...shouldn't train this AI by themselves ...

Computer, having the right patterns (extracted / obtained from the dictionary definitions) understands texts, can speak and becomes AI, stops to be just a calculator.

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Re: Faster train wrecks

...shouldn't train this AI by themselves ...

Simply train it by dictionary, that's it!

Literally braking news: Two people hurt as not one but two self-driving space-age buses go awry

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Re: Its always the same

AI learns from its mistakes

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