All of the WebMind stuff is based on the works of Ben Goertzel. Many of
his papers can be found at http://www.goertzel.org/papers/main.htm
Just a couple of them are:
Webmind: A Self-Organizing Internet AI System for Knowledge Management and
Helical Time in Physics and Psychology
Book Review -- Radiance of Being by Allan Combs
On the Algebraic Structure of Consciousness
A bio on him can be found at http://www.edge.org/3rd_culture/bios/goertzel.html
The bio includes a link to the original webmind site http://www.webmind.com/
Note: at http://www.goertzel.org/supermonkey.html there is a link to a
notice that Webmind Inc. went bankrupt. Also a note that they are (were)
looking for a way to restart the activity.
Given that at http://www.intelligenesis.net/jobs.html somebody is hiring,
it would appear (pure speculation?) that Webmind is back.
Also at http://www.goertzel.org/supermonkey.html is a jump to a list of his
books that have html dumps online.
Is this project liable to go open source? I suspect that it will not do that.
At 03:21 PM 7/6/2001 +0200, you wrote:
>Browsing through http://www.intelligenesis.net as a whole is very impressive
>Impressive global vision, impressive knowledge and technical bakground,
>Just a slight umber to that. Looks like a standalone enterprise, with no
>clear connection to various Semantic Web initiatives and other
>standardization efforts. Another "go global, but under my technology" try?
>Looking forward for further developments ...
>Mondeca - "Making Sense of Content"
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