Try to be consistent, don't change your mind so fast.
''A common world model'', or a single global ontology, is a necessary
> and sufficient condition of powerful intelligent systems. (01) (02)
Necessary, perhaps (perhaps not), but sufficient? Clearly not. To understand
the statement you need to know what means ''the single global ontology'' and
what signifies ''the powerful intelligent systems'' and only then start
guessing if a neccessary or sufficient condition is applied here. -----
Original Message ----- From: "Randall R Schulz" <rschulz@xxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: Re: [ontolog-forum]Terminology Question concerning WebArchitecture
and LinkedData (03)
> On Tuesday 24 July 2007 10:40, Azamat Abdoullaev wrote:
>> Kindly see my response to John in his favourite logical language.
>> In plain English, ''if [powerful intelligent systems] then [a
>> universal ontology of reality] and vice versa''.
> Saying it a second time won't convince me. It's patently false that
> a "universal ontology of reality" will produce an "intelligent system."
> Randall Schulz
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