SingularityNET: OpenCogCon – Day 2

Session 2: OpenCog: The Next Generation

This session presents some thought and discussion currently underway in the SingularityNET / TrueAGI AI team, regarding a potential major revision of the OpenCog software system. Among other things, it is an invitation for event participants to contribute their ideas, insights, wisdom, experience and creativity to this “Next Generation OpenCog” initiative at its formative stage.

Some thoughts related to this session are in this preliminary brainstorming document.
8:30AM- 9:15AM, Ben Goertzel, Tentative Sketch of a Next-Generation OpenCog Architecture
9:15AM – 10:30AM, Alexey Potapov, Thoughts on Atomese 2
10:30AM – 11:15AM, Cassio Pennachin, Toward a Distributed Atomspace
11:15AM – 12:00PM, Nil Geisweiller and Kasim Ibrahim, Putting Evolutionary Learning in Atomspace
12:00PM – 1PM, Panel Discussion on OpenCog Future Potentials— panelists: Ben Goertzel, Alexey Potapov, Nil Geisweiler, Cassio Pennachin, TBA

For more information:

OpenCog Foundation, SingularityNET and TrueAGI are hosting a 2-day online event aimed at spreading the word about some of the interesting things currently being done with the OpenCog proto-AGI platform and toolset — and some of the future possibilities under current discussion, including the potential implementation of new and substantially different versions of core components.


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