Category Archives: Fuzzy Logic

Embodied Cognition and iCub

An iCub robot mounted on a supporting frame. The robot is 104 cm high and weighs around 22 kg An iCub is a 1 metre high humanoid robot testbed for research into human cognition and artificial intelligence. Systems that perceive, … Continue reading

Posted in Computers, Eliza, Fuzzy Logic, Seth Lloyd, Virtual Reality, When is a pipe a pipe? | 11 Comments


The Nobel Prize in Physics 1914 Max von Laue I am not sure what I can add other then what I have already been saying toward logical deduction….I still need to get a handle on the essence of what is … Continue reading

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Historical Figures Lead Us to the Topic of Entanglement

Einstein Exhibit We regard quantum mechanics as a complete theory for which the fundamental physical and mathematical hypotheses are no longer susceptible of modification. –Heisenberg and Max Born, paper delivered to Solvay Congress of 1927 You know I have watched … Continue reading

Posted in Emergence, Emotion, Entanglement, Fuzzy Logic, John Venn | 19 Comments

The Colour of Gravity

I am not sure how this post is to unfold, yet in my mind different exercises were unfolding as to how I should explain it. Can I come from an artist’s perspective I wondered? Say “by chance” anything that seems … Continue reading

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Ideas on Quantum Interrogation

We have chosen here to prepare a triplet of entangled particles of the GHZ type. The entanglement has been demonstrated by experiments performed in two orthogonal basis. The procedure can, in principle, operate on larger numbers of particles, opening the … Continue reading

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Venn Logic and TA

I always lke to inject a piece of my young child’s perspective, becuase it helps explain things a bit about “the neighborshood.” As we move through them. He asked me about the neighborhood that we were moving too, as if, … Continue reading

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