In LifeAI, you start by creating universal, quantifiable properties that will be used to describe things. For example, "color", "weight", "age", "temperature", etc... You can create properties for anything that the AI needs to be aware of.
Second, you create minds, self-contained intelligent agents.
Each mind is capable of storing concepts, distinct things that exist and can be described with properties. For example, a "rock", "bird", "car", etc... Even a mind's body is a concept they store.
Concepts are classified in categories based on their property similarities.
Minds have ideals that motivate them, preferred property states.
Minds notice patterns of change to properties that occur, interactions.
Minds decide on a course of actions based on what the effect of actions and interactions will be, and whether they benefit their ideals.
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