In this post, I connect some of the concepts from psychology, systems engineering and systems management (as normative sciences), and the theories of…
I think much of the confusion about Active Inference arises because the term is used to refer to two related, yet distinct concepts (one can also call…
Problem statement The problem of epistemic irresponsibility, as I will call it in this post, is that people sometimes agree that their reasoning (and…
In my impression, in the last several years, in the media coverage of the progress in AI, journalists often called “believers” the pundits (interviewed…
The quotes below are from here. Mutual adjustment Mutual adjustment, which achieves coordination by the simple process of informal communication (as…
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Active inference agents minimise the expected free energy over a trajectory of actions. Free energy over a trajectory is the divergence between the…
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Upon reading “On the Opportunities and Risks of Foundation Models”, 2.3 “Robotics”, I predict that manufacturing automation could, and probably will be…
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The statement from the title of this post is the result of combining several ideas which I present below. This is still a very vague statement (in which…
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Specialised/extended version of Project alphas. This ontology could be used in the practices/disciplines of entrepreneurship (notably, governance…
System analysis, risk analysis, requirements management, systems management, system synthesis, enterprise architecture, and change management
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Note-taking systems (wikis, Zettelkasten) suit well for personal research and reasoning/sensemaking in writing but not so much for memoising stuff, as I…
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For the purposes of this post, a model is a nebulous concept related to a mathematical function, but not equivalent to it. A function is an “ideal…
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