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Biological Memory Transfer
|possibly new field of study||Biological memory transfer is a complex sequence of dynamic processes, with local and global synchronization patterns. These processes support memories with flexibility in expression for future thinking, foresight, planning, and creativity. As part of the L2M program, SRI researchers will develop AI algorithms based on biological mechanisms in memory consolidation and replay. With this AI technology, future cognitive systems such as autonomous robots may be able to continually learn after initial deployment, improving execution performance and overall safety.||https://www.sri.com/newsroom/press-releases/sri-international-selected-darpa-develop-artificial-intelligence-system||go figure||PDM|
|7/21/2018 5:16:22||Mission||Part of the StratML core.|
A brief description of the basic purpose of the organization.
|Briefly describes why an organization exists. Can also be used by individuals who choose to lead goal-directe lives and want to engage others to achieve network effects.||Owen Ambur|
|7/21/2018 5:19:54||Vision||Part of the StratML core||A concise and inspirational statement implicitly relating an organization's purpose to its values, thus motivating its actions toward a future state it strives to achieve.||Owen Ambur|
|7/21/2018 5:22:39||Value||Part of the StratML core.||A principle that is important and helps to define the essential character of the organization.||Personal and organizational values motivate the kinds of knowledge they need to achieve their objectives.||Owen Ambur|
|7/21/2018 5:25:32||Goal||Part of the StratML core.||A relatively broad statement of intended results to be achieved over more than one resource allocation and performance measurement cycle.||The use cases for the StratML standard documented thus far are available at http://stratml.us/carmel/iso/UC4SwStyle.xml. See, for example, Goal 30: Artificial Intelligence - Document on the Web in StratML format the performance plans of proposed artificial intelligence agents.||Owen Ambur|
|7/21/2018 5:27:11||Objective||Part of the StratML core.||A target level of results expressed in units against which achievement is to be measured within a single resource allocation and performance execution cycle.||Owen Ambur|
|7/21/2018 5:29:46||Stakeholder||Part of the StratML core.|
An individual, organization, or generic group whose interests may be affected by or whose action may be required to achieve a goal or objective.
|Among the reasons that plans commonly fail is that stakeholders are not clearly identified, much less effectively engaged.||Owen Ambur|
|7/21/2018 5:34:39||Organization||Part of the StratML core.|
The legal or logical entity to which the plan or report applies.
|Can also be used by individuals who wish to create a virtual network around themselves in pursuit of their objectives.||See StratML use case Goal 7: Individuals - Publish on the Web in open, standard, machine-readable format the plans of individuals. http://stratml.us/carmel/iso/UC4SwStyle.xml#_0fc1dbae-08a5-11e6-b06f-a2fa45c7ae33||Owen Ambur|
|7/22/2018 3:15:14||Artificial||We should have a common understanding of what we're talking about.||Made by human beings||Owen Ambur|
|7/22/2018 3:23:12||Intelligence||We should have a common understanding of what we're talking about.||The capacity for logic, understanding, self-awareness, learning, emotional knowledge, reasoning, planning, creativity, and problem solving.||Demonstrated capability to achieve near-term objectives in support of longer-term goals to realize desired changes in reality.||The first definition is from the URL cited. I believe the second is clearer and more meaningful (dare I say more "knowledgeable").||Owen Ambur|
The demonstrated ability to achieve near-term objectives in support of longer-term goals likely to alter reality as desired.
|7/22/2018 3:26:36||Augmented||Augmented intelligence may hold more potential than "artificial" intelligence per se.||Made greater, larger, or more complete||Owen Ambur|
|7/22/2018 3:28:38||Knowledge||We should have a common understanding of what we're talking about.||Familiarity, awareness, or understanding of someone or something, such as facts, information, descriptions, or skills, which is acquired through experience or education by perceiving, discovering, or learning.||Owen Ambur|
|7/22/2018 3:36:49||Management||The administration of an organization, whether it is a business, a not-for-profit organization, or government body.||Value added to a resource.||In the context of information management, the terms "management" and metadata (data about data) are virtually synonymous. In electronic information systems, given the appropriate metadata, virtually any management function can be automated.||The first definition is from the cited URL. The second is more applicable in the domain of knowledge.||Owen Ambur|
Value added to a resource in support of realization of an objective.