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We welcome newbies! Ask your questions in r/learnlisp :)

Postby cheryllium » Wed Mar 05, 2014 9:42 am

New subreddit meant to give newbies another place to ask questions and get answers. There's no such thing as a stupid question. All lisps and skill levels welcome.

Find it here: http://reddit.com/r/learnlisp :)
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Re: We welcome newbies! Ask your questions in r/learnlisp :)

Postby pard » Mon Sep 12, 2016 11:29 am

Hi.

Im a newbie to lisp. I have explored agi such as nars and open cog and a bit of rl in python.

Im interested in implementing agi in lisp. Maybe using loom as a base.

How would I go about getting started for a good logic/control engine and implementing various forms of reasoning and learning for hybrid cognitive architecture that is closer to nars?
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