My new brother-in-law, Ouriel Grynszpan, has recently made available software that detects invariant correlations in a sequence of events. It simulates human cognitive behavior in “trial and error” tasks. It does not rely on any complicated mathematical equations – it simply uses basic common sense. It was written in C for Linux. If you take a look at the source code, you will see a lot of strange words: they are Sanskrit terms. That’s because the author was inspired by ancient Indian philosophy.
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