[FRIAM] AI Musings

Roger Critchlow rec at elf.org
Mon Apr 3 17:10:34 EDT 2023

I'm just noodling around.

So it's a collection of innumerable elements which can't be a mathematical
set, so you can't use the mathematics founded on sets to analyze it, so
what's the paper doing using set based mathematics to count the number of
elements in M_t?

-- rec --

On Sat, Apr 1, 2023 at 12:57 PM Stephen Guerin <stephen.guerin at simtable.com>

> On Sat, Apr 1, 2023, 8:29 AM Roger Critchlow <rec at elf.org> wrote:
>> I tried to get Bard to talk with me about the adjacent possible (AP) the
>> other day.  It agreed that the AP could not be represented as a
>> mathematical set, but it continued to talk about the AP as if it were a
>> set.  So it suggested formulating the AP as a graph, or a tree, or as the
>> states of a dynamical system.  I pushed for a non-set formalism and it gave
>> me fuzzy sets.  I guess I have to try harder.
> Roger, Cool. Can you say more about a different formalization you're
> after?
> Stu's Theory Of The Adjacent Possible is currently formalized with an
> exponentially increasing set
> https://arxiv.org/abs/2204.14115#
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