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April 19th, 2017, 11:51 PM   #1
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Model for mind reading

input x1 x2 x3 output
y1; 0.1..1; 0..1; 0..1;?;
y2; 0.1..1; 0..1; 0..1;?;
y3; 0.1..1; 0..1; 0..1;?;
y4; 0.1..1; 0..1; 0..1;?;
y5; 0.1..1; 0..1; 0..1;?;
(x1..x3) and (y1..y5) are to be defined
algorithm is to be defined and is based on psychological factors
The above ought to be a table where input sets (x1..x3) and (y1..y5) are basically grading factors for weighting to be processed, the model is though to have a complex way of processing information automatically (machine learning) and I wonder if you can help if you are into math.

Tentatively (x1..x3) are the bias that negatively influence objectivity (conflict of interest as it is known in legal jargon), thus attempt to predict:
a) borderline or other neurotically abnormal personality and its causal factors, with a view to insure and mitigate the social risk
b) stigma-driven decisions i.e. that which is labelled as stupidity
c) relevant factors as they are relevant to the other party [y1..y5]

I am somewhat interested in humanities even though some are not interested, and, does this make me a person whose objectivity cannot be relied upon as I am too caring therefore, I need peer-to-peer review, academic support, investment/sponsorship, and, eventually I will attempt to close this research to an application.

An initial demo might be coded for facebook using its API, hoping it is of satisfaction to the CEO.

Facebook is working on mind-reading technology ( I had been banned from pursuing my academic pursuit on AI at the Univ. of Malta, this was a very sad departure for me.

Whoever is interested may send me their CV including publications and their proposal as to whether and what they are willing to commit to this research project, we can discuss sharing of profits as a reward.

Further reading
1. WebMD - Better information. Better health.
2. Perceptron

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