Building a Shared Language Model for Computer Vision and Language Processing


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” Neuro Linguistic Programming: How to Get the Skin of Your Mind.” By Tony Buzan. In book, audio CD and DVD. To subscribe to this blog, please click on the link below. Thank you.

Neuro-Linguistic Programming: The Science of Using Your Body Language to Develop Success is a fascinating book by Tony Buzan, PhD. This is another one of the many books on the subject of narcissism by Dr.aphiaoulder, PhD. In this book he focuses on how using your own body language and “inner chatter” with others can increase self confidence and improve social skills, thus making you more effective in everyday life. To view the contents of this article, please click on the following link:

An Overview

Computer Vision

In this book he focuses on neuro-linguistic stegosystem, which means our neural linguistic stegosystem which helps us to understand others. The common belief is that everyone is born with an innumeracy of language – we just use our language organs and learn as we go along. However, according to this eminent authority, there is something different going on behind the scenes. In fact, according to Dr.aphiaoulder, all language learning starts in the cerebration or brain stem. There is a mismatch between what is learnt in one part of the brain and what is actually being spoken in another!

Therefore, to understand this problem and also to be able to design the right neural linguistic stegosystem for you, one should first of all acquaint himself with the various proposed models and the suggested approaches. He includes four main proposals and touches on four important aspects of the human mind. Firstly, he suggests a proposed approach in which a person’s behavior is explained by the function of his linguistic stego, which is a set of gears in the brain responsible for acting on the information received from the sensory stimuli such as sight, touch, hearing etc.. The proposed model also maintains that it is the stego that decides what is actually being said and how the whole message is conveyed. According to him, language is simply a learned method of communication which is controlled by the gears in the brain.

Computer Vision and Language Processing

Computer Vision

Secondly, according to the proposed approach, there are two stages of language organization. First of all, the sentence structure which refers to the rules of grammar and phonological rules is encoded in the brain through the neurons. It is followed by a text representation of the same. In the second stage, the meaning of the text is encoded in the brain through the neurons again, but this time in a non-linguistic manner, as the words themselves are not mentioned.

The third proposed approach under the neural steganalysis approach is to combine the knowledge of the first two steps: the organization of the text representation in the brain and the meaning of the words in the sentences. The proposed solution here is to make use of a combined effort of the visual system (the eye) and the verbal system (the mind). For this to work, one has to combine the neural encoding of the word with the knowledge of the grammatical meaning. The brain should use a powerful constraint logic algorithm combined with the knowledge of the word embedding in the brain to come up with a better output. This has been described by Martin Banks in his research on multi-head self-attention.

The main idea behind the constraint logic is to show that the word representations formed by the neurons should not only be contained in the neural encoding, but that these representations should also be well correlated between the neurons. Banks thus postulates that we need to solve a number of optimization problems in order to maximize the effectiveness of the neural linguistic state machine. He therefore developed the so-called greedy codes, where the weights of the neural state machines are shifted in order to minimize the error. The major contribution of Banks was in developing the Multi-Head Labelling Method which is used in the Brain Simulator technology. The method uses all the elements of the word representations and combines them into an algorithm that solve optimization problems using a greedy code.

Bottom Line

A major breakthrough came with the discovery of the anatomical architecture of the human brain, which led to the discovery of the Universal Grammar System (UGS), which greatly expanded the scope of Bank’s works in the areas of multi-heading self-attention. The UGS is a highly abstract grammar system that operates on the basis of the anatomical architecture of the brain. The UGRS includes a neural network of over fifty subsystems that communicate through a matrix of more than two thousand linguistic patterns. The challenge is to study these patterns in the context of a real language, since no language can perfectly simulate the neural linguistic Steganalysis described above.

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