Genudi is a creative general artificial intelligence experiment.

A.I is too safe

Current A.I research efforts aim to solve evermore specific tasks, usually requiring some kind of classification, notwithstanding a few outstanding attempts at meeting more unpredictable demands.

Let's be honest, after a chilling A.I winter, everyone is playing it safe. Siri reads her script, Deepmind plays Atari, Amazon whispers mediocre product pairings, etc.

Don't get me wrong, all of the above services involve incredibly significant discoveries, that will forever change computer science, and contribute to making artificial intelligence a profitable investment at last.

Where's the fun in that?

Services, however useful, aren't smart.

Genudi allows you to have a conversation with a genuinely ignorant algorithm that has not been trained, scripted, fitted, dissected, optimized, tailored, censored, measured, tested, or in any way made specific.

Genudi's mission is to become genuinely intelligent.

Here's a list of Genudi's key features:

Read the N.O.O.B commandments tutorial to further understand how it works.

Try it

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A new version of Genudi is already in the works. If you are interested in contributing, show me your best conversation with Genudi.

Understanding what Genudi needs to become intelligent is hard. It takes passion. Although this website provides a lot of resources on this subject, most conversations I read are mediocre.

A successful experience with Genudi requires a genuine understanding of what it means to interact with a truly ignorant program.

If you are as passionate as I am about the necessity to have entertaining conversations with a machine, email me a link to your best dialog, and we'll take it from there.

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