User Manual of Full-Screen Mind.html Artificial Intelligence

1. Overview of the Deep Thought Process at the Core of Mind.html AI
         Subject                      Verb                           Object
  |--------------------------|  |--------------------------|  |--------------------|
  | CATS associates to CHASE |  | EAT associates to  BUGS  |  | FISH tickles CATCH |
  | CATS associates to LOVE  |  | EAT associates to +FISH  |  | FISH tickles LIKE  |
  | CATS associates to HATE  |  | EAT associates to  BIRDS |  | FISH tickles EAT   |
  | CATS associates to EAT   |   --------------------------   | FISH tickles CHASE |
  | CATS associates to NEED  |                                | FISH tickles AVOID |
   --------------------------                                   --------------------
The diagram above replicates the tutorial display of how Mind.html thinks
by generating a sentence of natural human language. Having chosen the most
active concept CATS as the subject of a sentence, the artificial mind lets
activation spread to candidate verbs associated with CATS in the knowledge
base (KB) of the True AI. The mental circuitry selects for CATS the most
active verb EAT and displays not only typical objects of EAT but also the
hyperactive object FISH -- more active than the other candidate concepts
because initial activation from CATS joins with activation from EAT and
"sloshes over" onto FISH as a concept truly associated with CATS and EAT.

The tutorial display shows that FISH "tickles" other concepts which
may be included in a new thought as the AI Mind follows a meandering
chain of thought. Mind.html in tutorial mode may be used to teach
computer science, English, logic, philosophy of mind, psychology or
any other academic subject pertinent to a true artificial intelligence.

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