It’s been a few weeks and I’ve been writing a document on AI and AGI which is currently internal and selective distributed. There is definitely a lot to try out including new network arrangements or layer types, and a fundamental insight of the Category Space Theorem and how it relates to training sets for categorization or classification AIs.
Basically, the category space is normally created to have only one network loss function option to minimise on backpropagation. It can be engineered so this is not true, and training data does not compete so much in a zero-sum game between categories. There is also some information context for an optimal order in categorization when using non-exact storage structures.
The book is now live at £3 on Amazon in Kindle format.
It’s a small book, with some bad typesetting, but getting information out is more important for a first edition. Feedback and sales are the best way for me to decide if and what to put in a second edition. It may be low on mathematical equations but does need an in-depth understanding of neural networks, and some computer science.