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Artificial Memory - tasks, structure, performance indicators

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Author: Lars Ludwig

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    • 1. Artificial Memory tasks, structure, performance indicators von Lars Ludwig
    • 2. 1. task: improve on knowing prevent from not knowing
    • 3. two origins of knowing
    • 4. What‘s the time?
    • 5. knowledge from perception
    • 6. knowledge from memory
    • 7. attention knowledge by …
    • 8. association knowledge by …
    • 9. mind misload
    • 10. attention shift
    • 11. mind leap
    • 12. mind overload
    • 13. information overload
    • 14. thought overload
    • 15. mind underload
    • 16. missing information (need to act)
    • 17. missing/indirect knowledge (need to think)
    • 18. mind error
    • 19. false information
    • 20. false memory
    • 21. mind contradiction
    • 22. contradicting information
    • 23. contradicting knowledge
    • 24. types of not knowing
      • mind misload
      • mind overload
      • mind underload
      • mind error
      • mind contradiction
    • 25. 2. structure
    • 26. Artificial Memory
    • 27. Artificial Extending Memory (remembering)
    • 28. Artificial Expanding Memory (learning)
    • 29. Artificial Reflective Memory (reflecting)
    • 30. 3. Performance indicators
    • 31. Remembering Recall
        • number of distinct perceived information chunks
        • from artificial extending memory
        • sensibly associable
      • _______________________________________
        • number of all distinct information chunks
        • from personal artifacts ever created
        • sensibly associable
    • 32. Remembering Precision
        • number of distinct perceived information chunks
        • from artificial extending memory
        • sensibly associable
      • _______________________________________
        • number of perceived information chunks
    • 33. Learning Recall
        • number of distinct perceived new information chunks
        • from artificial expanding memory
        • sensibly associable
      • _______________________________________
        • number of all distinct new information chunks
        • (made) available
        • sensibly associable
    • 34. Learning Precision
        • number of distinct new perceived information chunks
        • from artificial expanding memory
        • sensibly associable
      • _______________________________________
        • number of perceived information chunks
    • 35. Reflective Recall
        • number of distinct perceived reflective information chunks
        • from artificial reflective memory
      • _______________________________________
        • number of all remembered/thought upon
        • information chunks
    • 36. Reflective Precision
        • number of distinct perceived reflective information chunks
        • from artificial reflective memory
      • _______________________________________
        • number of perceived information chunks