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Journal Journal: Turning Further AI Mind Development Over to the Coding Masses

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In 2012 and 2013, Mentifex open-source artificial intelligence has branched out from the English language { MindForth } program into the German-language { Wotan AI } and the Russian-language { Dushka AI }.

The free, open-source AI programs have become able to engage in automated reasoning with { InFerence }.

What the AI Mind programs lack is physical embodiment in robots with sensory inputs and motor activator outputs. Therefore AI enthusiasts in the English-speaking world or in the German-speaking world or in the Russian-speaking world are welcome to install the AI Minds in their own autonomous humanoid robots.

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Journal Journal: AITree Cognitive Architecture -- AI Has Been Solved

The mind-modules below are ordered in such a way that you may comprehend the internal structure of the AI4U Mind-1.1 software at a glance. Notice for instance how many subroutines are nested beneath the Sensorium module. You may click on any mind-module listed here to read its documentation and to inspect its source code in Forth or avaScript. This primitive AI-has-been-solved implementation is an invitation for you to build upon the current cognitive architecture by enlarging it or by specializing in your own favorite mind-module.

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Journal Journal: Mentifex AI textbook "AI4U" published on 29 November 2002

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