Re: Using AI nat-lang bots to teach each other...

Arthur Magill (arthur.magill@port.ac.uk)
Wed, 21 Apr 1999 04:40:54 +0200 (MET DST)

I disagree with Arjan, and rather like the peculiar sounds we make
in our attempts to communicate with each other. But I too would
be interested to see what kind of a language these 'bots would
create.

I read once that all human languages possess approximately the
same degree of redundancy. No, I can't provide a reference, and I
don't know how it was measured, or if it is true, but I like the idea.
I wonder if this would also be true for our 'bots.

Just wondering,

Arthur
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Arthur Magill (Research Assistant)
Mobile Robotics Group,
Dept of Electrical and Electronic Engineering,
University of Portsmouth, PO1 3DJ, UK

Tel: 01705 - 842 583
Fax: 01705 - 842 355
arthur.magill@port.ac.uk

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