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Loving AI is a research project addressing how AI agents can communicate unconditional love to humans through conversations that adapt to the unique needs of each user while supporting integrative personal and relational development. It is a collaboration between the Innovation Lab at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, Hanson Robotics, and OpenCog. We are using the artificial general intelligence framework OpenCog to integrate many AI approaches into fluid dialogs that are emotionally sensitive and relationally connective. We also use the iConscious Human Development Model to create an evolutionary context for human/computer conversations, and currently we use Sophia as our robot to communicate with test subjects.
LOVING AI is competing for the IBM Watson XPRIZE under the Hanson Robotics team.
No longer available or supported. Psi3 was a research app created in Dr. Mossbridge’s role as the Innovation Lab Director at the Institute of Noetic Sciences. The app tests different types of psychic abilities. Data are currently being analyzed.
This app records your heart rhythms as you think about different life choices and reports which choices seem to induce rhythms that are mathematically consistent with positive choices. It is available at a low price on the App and Google Play stores.
The SingularityNET Podcast
Dr. Mossbridge shares details of the LOVING AIs project, which “addresses how AI agents can communicate unconditional love to humans through conversations that adapt to the unique needs of each user while supporting integrative personal and relational development”. She also shares with Haley why she believes it’s so important for AIs, specifically artificial general intelligence machines, to experience unconditional love.
Kate Dalley Radio
Julia Mossbridge discusses the unconscious mind double slit test precognition prayer meditation.
The DemystifySci Podcast
Is it possible to view the future before it happens? A buttoned-up academy scientist would probably say no, but Julia Mossbridge, founding executive director of the Institute for Love and Time, would say yes. She comes from a line of scientists who have been willing to dive into the very edges of what can be studied with empirical science, and has come back from the front with stories to tell.
A new study says science is getting stale, stagnant, less disruptive. What’s going on? Dr. Julia Mossbridge suggests more focus on edge-science topics including UAPs, time-travel remote viewing & more.