27 Jan 2010


What it was called was the Sense Ontology, or just Sense, really. “You Sense?” was the simple question people asked each other. Sense was something of a wonder drug: wherever the ontology was applied, to just about any given circumstance, it improved the operation of that AI, sometimes quite dramatically. It was like an organization principle that organized all other organization principles, and made them therefore that much more efficient when in turn they were applied to their own domains of situations. Not only that, but as the name implied, it helped to figure out in the ontologies that were affected, more of what would make AI actually intelligent. Outcomes now anticipated that had often been overlooked when originally concocting these operational interpretations that chugged the digital world along, and sometimes profound effects were truly realized.

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