Linus Lee is an independent researcher interested in the future of knowledge representation and creative work aided by machine understanding of language. He builds interfaces and knowledge tools that expand the domain of thoughts we can think and qualia we can feel.
In an interview, Linus discusses his research and current work, as well as a range of topics including vision-language models, embodiment and limits for text-image, Oak and Ink languages, knowledge representation and notational intelligence, improving interfaces between humans and language models, and neural nets and cognitive computing.
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