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About jhlq

"The leaf and his body were one. Neither possessed a separate permanent self. Neither could exist independently from the rest of the universe."

An agile mutator

The agile mutator is being developed at the artai repo: https://github.com/jhlq/artai.co In the Hexago folder the file called mutator.jl contains code that learns from the mutations it performs where it is beneficial to mutate. Try the Hexago game here: https://hexago.herokuapp.com/Continue reading

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Congo

“The wars in that country have claimed nearly the same number of lives as having a 9/11 every single day for 360 days, the genocide that struck Rwanda in 1994, the ethnic cleansing that overwhelmed Bosnia in the mid-1990s, the … Continue reading

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The mutator

This time we consider a mutator with memory, first obtain the code from: https://github.com/jhlq/trademaker/blob/master/AI2.jl Then load it into julia: julia -L AI2 Create the mutator and its neural network: mutator=init() The mutator keeps track of the network, now we need … Continue reading

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Neural networks in Ripple

We need data. We need a model to process the data. We need the model to evolve. The full code can be found at https://github.com/jhlq/trademaker/blob/master/AI.jl All trades in the Ripple network are stored, the first thousand BTC trades are here: … Continue reading

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Gravity and 3D laser pens

Anyone who has ever ran a simulation of the common space time diagram of gravity where planets appear on a elastic sheet knows that it is not an optimal representation of what is actually going on; the spheres on the … Continue reading

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Progress

What if we could contribute to advancing science? What if we could get paid for this contribution? Well, we can. With the rise of internet huge amounts of computing power has become available “in the cloud” and the potential of … Continue reading

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Profit != Progress

Portraying the situation so horrendous as this documentary does seems a little exaggerated, humanity may end, life goes on.

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