This is in continuation of my last question here. I am just starting to build an OS which will be based on AI or rather Synthetic Super Intelligence. I also wrote a paper on it for which I am working on the drafts to get it published (read it here, still unfinished). I believe such an agent will work best when implemented as an OS. I am researching for it and also tried to get a boot loader working (here, here). The OS I am developing is research based (wherever AI can help with science, mathematics, engineering etc.). The AI will also look after processes, input/output and other OS modules. I also have some UI designs.

I need help and resources for it. Please share links, experiences and your thoughts about such work. It will be great if I could get to read about building OS ground up with kernels, driver development, process management as well as building AI applications like Siri by Apple or Cortana by Microsoft using deep learning and as such.

I will keep the developments posted here.

  • $\begingroup$ After reading the paper about the Synthetic Super Intelligence, the probability is high that the sourcecode was already written in the past, and the paper was made in addition to the working program. The reason why I'm believe so, is because the design make sense, but not from a theoretical point of view, but as some kind of reverse engineering of an existing system. Or to express my concern concrete: I don't trust the paper a single millimeter. $\endgroup$ – Manuel Rodriguez Mar 15 '19 at 22:19
  • $\begingroup$ I wrote the paper and I am working on code but it is not done yet. It will be great if you could point me to some references. $\endgroup$ – Kshitij Gautam Mar 17 '19 at 17:31

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