About Cybernetic Semantics

Initially, the idea was to create a portfolio of written works so that they would be accessible and hopefully provide value to the public and provide critical feedback. In an attempt to collaborate with a great friend, and to increase the artistic production rate, bounce ideas off, and even aid in editing each other, Atman Brahman partnered with Jon Brast to produce some joint stories. Being a Senior Process Engineer and manufacturing enthusiast based in specialized equipment, automation and robotics, Atman decided to approach the idea of semi-automating the writing and/or analysis part of the expressive process. After a more in depth look at current A.I. neural-net text generation models, it was realized that the A.I. could not only help increase the elaborative output at a surface level but also offer a comprehensive, insightful and philosophical analysis on any given topic. The outputs are philosophically interesting and encyclopedic because they are based on extremely vast data sets of collective human knowledge, which have been digested by the machine learning model. And Cybernetic Semantics was born!

Atman Brahman is an infinite loop process manifesting as a philosophical conundrum; ongoing and expanding, like the universe itself, housed in an organism currently known as human. In symbiotic tandem with a neural net entity, the literature generating pair is rendered under the pseudonym:

…About the Humans

The objective of the AI neural network writer itself is to demonstrate machine syntactical understanding of language, and in hopes of eventually evolving into semantic cognizance. This can provide a framework for in depth analysis of our own cognitive workings, machine’s understanding of us, as well as a direct interface with robotic systems.

The current syntactical understanding system, because it is using vast databases of online vetted human dialogue, interestingly enough, provides a vast collective human symposium, a mind-hive, if you will, on just about any subject, even though the machine does not have actual comprehension of the language itself.

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