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    Mindpixel Digital Mind Modeling Project - The Mindpixel Corpus will soon be the world's largest database of consensus human knowledge, built by tens of thousands of people just like you from all over Earth, speaking many languages.

    Open Mind Initiative - World-wide collaborative effort to develop smart software. Collects information from non-expert Internet users, to teach computers the myriad things we all know and which underlie general intelligence but which we usually take for granted. Several subprojects.

    InterSAINT - International Sensible Artificial Intelligence Network of Thoughts: project to develop a global brain based mainly on neural networks and distributed computing on the Internet. Many interesting, useful links. English and EspaƱol.

    Open Mind Commonsense - Open Mind Initiative subproject to teach computers common sense reasoning. Hosted at MIT Media Lab, under the guidance of Marvin Minsky.

    Wired News: Wanted: Contents of Your Brain - Covers Chris McKinstry, Mindpixel, GAC.

    Time Europe: Techwatch: Site Seeing - Computers still can't think for themselves. To do that they'd need the cyber equivalent of common sense: the millions of pieces of ordinary knowledge that humans take for granted. Very brief story on Mindpixel and Open Mind.

    Wired News: Two Fake Brains Better Than One - Short story about Mindpixel, Open Mind, some difference between them, and possible cooperation. Cringely: Put On Your Thinking Cap - Covers Chris McKinstry, Mindpixel, GAC.

    BBC: Clicking for consciousness - Covers Chris McKinstry, Mindpixel, GAC.

    SF Weekly Online: News: A HAL of an Idea - Dr. David Stork is trying to create a new computer that thinks like a human being. But he needs your help.

    Discover Magazine: R&D: Common Sense on a Chip - In the US alone, likely 10 trillion mouse clicks have been wasted on computer solitaire. David G. Stork, Chief Scientist, Ricoh Silicon Valley, California, is launching the Open Mind Initiative to inspire computer users to contribute to a higher calling: developing a computer that can reason.

    New York Times: Researchers Muster Online Volunteers for Collective Brainpower - Brief article describing large volunteer web collaborations: Mindpixel, Open Mind; Open Directory, NASA Clickworkers study (crater identification). Free registration required. Project: SourceForge - Goal: develop a global artificial brain based mainly on distributed AI algorithms: neural nets, evolutionary computation.

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