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      @johnely Thank you! I agree!

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        @mark_wiz I am sorry you are having issues. If you can log into the forum, here, you should be able to see any member content. I would quit the browser and give it a try.

         

        Let me know.

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          @islaydragons247 YES! Brilliant answer! These are the general steps. It is my goal to make all the steps simple and appliance-like. Would love to see you on more of this project!

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            The official release of the 1000 questions is out!

            Any new versions would be welcomed. Just show the changes you made and perhaps why. We will continue to update the version.

            Our next goal is 5000 questions.

             

            https://savewisdom.org/the-1000-word-save-wisdom-questions/

             

             

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              I hear ya @dieregterjohan. This will change quite rapidly as companies see the utility. I am working hard on getting the university up. The challenge is the changes in the technology, Indeed it to be reasonably solid and we are close.

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                @TheDebugger Wow! Thank you! Absolutely love this!

                 

                 

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                  Some updates from the Infinite Loops Podcast: https://www.infiniteloopspodcast.com/

                   

                   

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                    @12cclark Thank you for tuning in!  I really appreciate it. I am looking at this deeply right now.
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                      Introducing The Save Wisdom Project at SaveWisdom.org.

                      I will start a new forum topic for this and begin to build the foundations for the organization.

                       

                       

                      Declaration of Mission

                       

                      At the heart of our existence lies something truly extraordinary—wisdom. It is the essence of who we are as individuals, the culmination of our experiences, our triumphs, and our lessons learned. The Save Wisdom Project at SaveWisdom.org is more than an organization; it is a passionate journey dedicated to the profound value of preserving human wisdom.

                       

                      The Save Wisdom Project at SaveWisdom.org is dedicated to the preservation and safeguarding of human knowledge and wisdom. We believe that every individual possesses wisdom of value, regardless of their age or position in life. Our mission is to empower individuals to record their personal experiences and insights through secure, offline audio recording devices. By answering up to 1000 questions in their own voice, each person creates a unique treasure for themselves and their loved ones.

                       

                      In a world filled with distractions and fleeting moments, we recognize the inherent wisdom that resides within each and every person. Regardless of age or position, every human being possesses a wellspring of insights and knowledge worth cherishing. It is our unwavering belief that every story, every voice, is deserving of preservation.

                      Imagine, for a moment, the power of capturing the essence of a person’s life—their laughter, their tears, their whispered wisdom. We provide a sanctuary and a path where individuals can record their stories, spoken from the depths of their hearts, with the aid of secure and offline audio recorders. It is in the act of sharing their experiences that they create a cherished legacy, a treasure to be held dear by themselves and their loved ones.

                      But our mission extends far beyond mere recordings. Through the marvels of artificial intelligence, we breathe life into these captured voices. With utmost care and respect, we transform their spoken words into written testimonies, preserving their unique perspectives, and unlocking the wealth of their accumulated wisdom. These narratives become the building blocks of personalized AI systems, amplifying their intelligence and serving as eternal beacons of inspiration.

                      Our ultimate ambition to reach an omega point, a state of collective intelligence and wisdom. With explicit permission, we aim to create a Noosphere—a concept coined by the philosopher Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. The Noosphere represents a global network of interconnected minds, fostering the sharing and dissemination of knowledge and wisdom across humanity. By achieving this vision, we strive to ensure that human wisdom transcends time and geography, becoming an eternal legacy for all generations.

                      Let us cherish this invaluable mission as our life’s purpose. Together, we can safeguard the very essence of what it means to be human. Our collective efforts shall banish the specter of amnesia that haunts civilizations past. We stand united, committed to a world where wisdom knows no bounds—a world where each voice is heard, each story celebrated, and each person’s wisdom honored.

                      Join us on this extraordinary journey as we embark on a quest to save humanity’s wisdom across the tapestry of time. Together, we shall bear witness to the transformative power of wisdom, touching lives, igniting souls, and fostering a world where the flame of enlightenment never fades. The Save Wisdom Project welcomes you with open arms, for in our shared dedication lies the key to a world steeped in wisdom, compassion, and boundless human potential.

                      Stay tuned for the launch.

                      The Save Wisdom Project.

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                        I will have some great news for The Save Wisdom Project!

                        I have secured SaveWisdom.org to help build a Wisdom Saver community with resources and ideas. It is not up yet but would love to hear ideas on what you think it should be. This is not for Your Wisdom Keeper, the product I have built, but for the base idea of saving in wisdom and why it is important. I envision this being a non-profit organization and hopefully volunteers that may want to capture wisdom from the elderly and at the very least, save the audio for that person and their family. At maximum, perhaps full AI models built around this wisdom.

                        Today I can say we have a fast way to take the audio files and convert them into text on your local computer with no cloud. Your wisdom, is your wisdom until and if you choose to share it. I am testing a few Whisper open source interfaces that are easy to use and will publish it shortly.

                        I have also made great progress using GPT4All and Local Doc plug-in for testing a large corpus of wisdom. To do this, I create about 40 pages of question and answer pairs (of course, state the question before you answer it in the recording) in a single file. To make sure the current GPT4All system recognizes the data, I label each file with “Brian Roemmele Save Wisdom Project”. I prompt questions like “In Brian Roemmele Save Wisdom Project, please let me know what insights he made on his first computer”.

                        There will be more on this soon. My goal is to reach 1000 questions and to break them into categories.

                        Any new questions, just take the last number from the lats version above and add. Try your best not to duplicate an existing question, but it is gonna happen as we get to 100. I need some questions that are deep in to life business experience and exact jobs a person did and how they overcame a machine or process, etc to make their job better. But these type of deep detail questions.

                        All of this can lead to what is known as the Omega Point, where we, with permission share our wisdom between models for the ages in a free open source way. Will you and I become immortal, NO. but perhaps some of our life lessons may and this can be vitally important. Perhaps the generations next do not have to walk in the same muddy and sometimes bloody foot prints we have taken and we afford them a more grand view of life. It is a hope…

                        More updates as they arrive.

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                          I did  a 2 1/2 hour Infinite Loops show with Jim O’Shaughnessy. We spoke of Your Wisdom Keeper and The Intelligence Amplifier.

                          We covered how saving wisdom is vital and the work that many here are doing with our questions list.  I am shooting for 1000 questions at this point. Jim and others will begin to give this idea a wide audience and your pioneer work here will be the foundation.

                          I cant wait until you hear this show. It should be out in the next few days.

                          To all that are helping build this foundation, thank you. Deep gratitude.

                           

                           

                           

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                            @dieregterjohan this is a great idea. Have you tried to form this into something you are using today?
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                              @joemark thank you. I am working on this right now. As mentioned in the tweet, it will be out soon. I want it to be complete, but I also have to fit it inbetweent other things. Thus it is me letting folks know what is available and what I am doing with it. Thank you for your understanding.
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                                UPDATE:

                                I have recorded about 30% of version 2.0 Of The Wisdom Keeper Question List. I am using the SONY ICD-UX570 DIGITAL VOICE RECORDER, 4GB. (https://amzn.to/3WHBlSE). I now have 3 devices I am testing. I have found a very inexpensive device that performs very well and looks great and may be able to get Member prices to $30. I need to be clear, I am using a device like this because it is not on your phone and can not be ever on the cloud. The answers to these questions can begin to form a very comprehensive profile of who you really are. Please protect and save the memory cards and don’t leave the device in any public place. I would also let a trusted loved one know you are taking upon this project. You may ask them to join you in this adventure.

                                 

                                The more you record, the more of you you have preserved. I am building a much larger question list and this list will be far more organized. At this point I have close to 1000 questions but hope to test to just 500 questions.

                                I am experimenting with the list below in a deeper dive.

                                My goal is to allow for 2 first principle goals:

                                1) At the very least we have preserved your voice and your wisdom in audio files.

                                2) We have built a basic corpus of your wisdom for a personal AI I call The Intelligence Amplifier and Your Wisdom Keeper.

                                I have versions of these devices and it is a goal to get them to market. They will be unlike anything anyone has made or seen.

                                You are truly a pioneer here. I urge you to take these steps for you, or someone you hold dear that may be in the last months of the winter of life.

                                I will say this will also serve as a psychological tool. A very, very powerful tool as I have done versions of this for the last 25 years. And as you record your thought let your mind flow like you are talking to a closest friend and explore things you may have never given breath to locked in your mind. I will have tools that will help in the post recording process, but be careful as this can become emotional and I urge you to have a plan to deal with this until I have more tools.

                                Many folks over the years I have tested this with I used the goal as “this is your final testament to your son/daughter and it is designed to impart not just wisdom but emotions, it may be the last words they have to treasure, so give those words your power”. Most of us do cry during this process if you hold this in mind, most of us talk in strong and bold ways to things we know is important wisdom but may need to be heard.

                                I have so much to say about this and this is very early days, this is very, very early but I can not hold back the urgency to start to save your wisdom, even if it is only just an audio file.

                                 

                                Some new side questions I experiment with (they may not make the top 1000/500):

                                 

                                 

                                1. Can one truly understand oneself completely, or are we destined to remain partially unknown to ourselves?
                                2. How does one reconcile the tension between personal freedom and societal expectations?
                                3. What is the nature of consciousness, and what does it mean to be self-aware?
                                4. How do our personal experiences shape our perception of reality?
                                5. Is there such a thing as objective morality, or is morality purely subjective?
                                6. Can we find meaning and purpose in life without invoking religious or spiritual beliefs?
                                7. How do we navigate the balance between embracing change and maintaining stability in our lives?
                                8. Do we have free will, or are our actions determined by factors beyond our control?
                                9. What is the relationship between identity and the stories we tell ourselves and others?
                                10. How do we transcend the limitations of our individual perspectives to foster empathy and understanding?
                                11. Can one truly know another person, or are we forever confined to our own subjective experiences?
                                12. How does the concept of time shape our perception of reality, and what implications does it have on our lives?
                                13. What role does suffering play in personal growth and the pursuit of meaning?
                                14. Can we ever truly escape the influence of our past, or are we forever shaped by our history?
                                15. How do we balance the pursuit of personal happiness with the well-being of others?
                                16. What is the relationship between creativity and self-expression, and how does it contribute to personal fulfillment?
                                17. How do our fears and insecurities influence our decision-making and behavior?
                                18. Can forgiveness and reconciliation truly heal the wounds caused by betrayal and injustice?
                                19. What is the nature of love, and how does it impact our relationships and sense of self?
                                20. How do we navigate the tension between embracing individuality and seeking a sense of belonging?
                                21. Can we ever truly transcend our inherent biases and see the world objectively?
                                22. What is the role of solitude and introspection in personal growth and self-discovery?
                                23. How do we find meaning and purpose in a seemingly indifferent and chaotic universe?
                                24. Can personal transformation and self-improvement be achieved without undergoing significant adversity?
                                25. What does it mean to live an authentic life, and how can we align our actions with our true selves?
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                                  @xeniait Yes! This is absolutely brilliant. Testing variations right now.
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                                    @sassykat Love it! Great work!
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                                      @larry-liu, great work sir! It is so interesting how this tech bypasses the filtering. Please let me know if you find anything in your promptings.
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                                        @larry-liu, great work sir! It is so interesting how this tech bypasses the filtering. Please let me know if you find anything in your promptings.
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                                          @dieregterjohan Great work! This is such an interesting path to research. Let me know what else you find.
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                                            @classicdubc great insights. I think we are at the convergence of many shifts. The basis of VisionPro and VisionOS will one way or another define the future of OSs. In this we have to find and hold on to our humanity. We unfortunately may lose a generation to this technology. We will all be talking about this quite a bit more over the next decade.
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                                              @marketerinsights wonderful. I love this. Really think this can be a really important and big thing.
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                                                @joemark The easiest way to get them to work is to make sure the “gmml-“ as the start of the name. This should work on all models not in the download area of the app but compatible with GPT4All. Let me know how it works.
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                                                  The new v3-13b-hermes-q5_1 LLM AI model for GPT4All now available in the download area is one of the most powerful local models I have ever found. I recommend you give it a try. Let me know your results.

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                                                    @fiesty I hear ya. It is not an easy thing. I would change it if I could. Make sure that the email you used here for your membership matches the email you used at the avatar site. Let me know if you have any issues.
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                                                      @fiesty. Interesting indeed. Funny how this is being seen.

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