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1. The current state of AI and knowledge technology
1.1. Science, engineering and fiction
1.2. “Don't become a monkey that learns a trick”
2. Overview of the current approach
2.1. Evolutionary intelligence
2.2. Artificial Neural Networks
2.3. Knowledge technology
2.3.1. Fundamental flaw in knowledge technology
2.3.2. Fundamental flaw in the Turing test
2.3.3. Predicate Logic
2.3.4. The function of word types in reasoning
2.3.5. Controlled Natural Language / Context-Free Grammar
2.3.6. Search engines
3. The fundamental approach of Thinknowlogy
3.1. Natural intelligence
3.2. Natural Laws of Intelligence in grammar
3.2.1. Example: Autonomous generation of questions
3.2.2. Improve your ontology system towards a grammar-based approach
3.3. Intelligence – more into depth
3.3.1. Definition of autonomy
3.3.2. IQ test
3.4. Summary
4. The evolution theory is not scientific
4.1. In contradiction with laws of nature and natural intelligence
4.2. The evolution theory is a religion
4.3. On the assumed origin of species
4.4. Overwhelming evidence...
4.5. If you do not believe in cows...
4.6. Mona Lisa
4.7. Self-organizing systems
4.8. Complex systems
4.9. Super-intelligence (machines surpassing human intelligence)
4.9.1. Free will and morality
4.10. Natural Laws of intelligence are in conflict with the evolution theory
Appendix 1: Genesis hidden in the Chinese language
Appendix 2: Submission
Testimony: I don't have this wisdom of myself
In simple words
Back to basics
What is intelligence?
Intelligent computers
Merged conclusion
Automatic question creation
Reversed conclusion
Part-of conclusion
Clues in language
Evolution versus creation
The Thinknowlogy Concept
The Algebra and Logic of Natural Language
A Definition of Generalization / Specification
A Relational Specification
A Collection of Specifications
A Collection of Relations
A Collection of Generalizations
A Specification Assignment
A Generalization Assignment
Assignments and grammatical Past Tense
Drawing Conclusions Independently
Specification Substitution Conclusions
Compound specification substitution conclusions
Possessive Reversible Conclusions
Making Assumptions
Generalized Assumptions
Possessive Conditional Specification Assumptions
Asking Independent Questions
Questions to ask to obtain more specific information
Finding Causal Relations
Semantic ambiguity
Autonomous semantic disambiguation
Building the Knowledge-Structure
The Creation of a Generalization Specification
The Creation of New Words
The Creation of a Specification Connection
The Creation of a Relation Connection
The Creation of Collections
The Creation of an Assignment
The Creation of a Specification Assignment
The Creation of a Generalization Assignment
The Creation of a Selection
The Execution of Selections
The Grammar
Reading a Sentence
Acceptation of Recognized Sentence Structures
A Complete Sentence Answer
Asking Questions Independently
Programming in natural language
Reviewing and Correcting Texts and Specifications
The Automation of Summaries
Translation Programs that Understand the Context
A Search Engine that Answers Questions
A Digital Teacher or Independent Studies
Programming in natural language
Reasoning in natural language
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Thinknowlogy 2016r1

will be published in April 2016. It will add the French language. See my planning for the other planned publications. Follow this project by Twitter, or by receiving an email.

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All systems are designed: All artificial systems are designed by humans • All natural systems are designed by God.

God has designed laws of nature to make his creation run like clockwork. Also natural language is subject to laws of nature: natural laws of intelligence. Thinknowlogy implements these natural laws of intelligence in software.