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  1. Would love something like this. sort of Wikipedia, sort of a mindmap tool, let people populate it with concepts and have Artificial Intelligence connect them where there are commonalities. Ie they re both forms of life, or they are both vehicles or they are both ideas humans have had, etc etc.

  2. I guess it’s just a matter of time until something like this exists. I read here https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/how-algorithm-creates-unlikely-pairings-classic-art-180975529/#:~:text=Using%20machine%20learning%20and%20an,different%20cultures%2C%20artists%20and%20mediums. that “MosAIc focuses specifically on objects housed in the collections of New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Rijksmuseum. Using machine learning and an image-retrieval system, the A.I. can spot connections between works from different cultures, artists and mediums.”

  3. Facebook’s AI can identify things you sell, so I guess there is no reason why it can’t “learn” how to categorise them using human concepts and display the results as a 3d representation that lets you click from one to another and let you learn as you go.

  4. Put some of the things together that AI can already do, and you have a tool that can recognise anything, tell you what it is, tell you how it relates to other things and even tell you how it differs from other things. I guess someone needs to put this together, it would be a basic use of AI just as search is for the internet. Rob Miles or someone who is a great explainer of AI should come on here and tell us why it hasn’t been done already, maybe we are missing something, or its just not been turned into a viable app that sells.

  5. Agreed, likely possible and likely profitable, but reminds me of what Miles says on YouTube on how AI will be distributed and exploited by people and corporations. This is a very interesting field at the moment. Sites like ideamill would be a great place for AI to consume and spit out in different formats.