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My planning for future publications:
May 2017: Internal redesign (part 1)
Nov. 2017: Internal redesign (part 2)
May 2018: Internal redesign (part 3)
Nov. 2018: Internal redesign (part 4)
May 2019: Addition of Hebrew (part 1)
Nov. 2019: Addition of Hebrew (part 2)
May 2020: Addition of Farsi (part 1)
Nov. 2020: Addition of Farsi (part 2)
May 2021: Intelligent answering of "has", "what" and "who" questions (part 1)
Nov. 2021: Intelligent answering of "has", "what" and "who" questions (part 2)
May 2022: Intelligent answering of "why" questions (finding causal relations)
Nov. 2022: Guided by Grammar (alternative input method)

Thinknowlogy 2017r1

will be published in May 2017. It includes the first part of an internal redesign. See my planning for the other planned publications. Follow this project on Twitter, subscribe to project updates on SourceForge, subscribe to project updates on GitHub or receive an email when a new version is available.


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God has created laws of nature to make his creation run like clockwork. It includes: laws of intelligence embedded in grammar. Thinknowlogy implements these natural laws of intelligence in software.