Comment on An open question to the SpaceCollective community concerning a Polytopia

Wildcat Wed, Sep 17, 2008
Internet evolution magazine reports:" On the stage of the recent TechCrunch50 conference, startup Imindi, which offers a service involving the mapping of thoughts and associations in a database for use in social networking, received a hostile welcome from Silicon Valley. This does not mean that the Imindi service lacks innovation. On the contrary, Imindi might just be too novel for many people .

The Imindi founders have challenged the world to think of artificial intelligence not as making computers smarter because of human beings, but as making humans smarter because of computers. "

Ok so Imindi is still in private beta, but obviously the net semantic projects are on the way, this is one of the tools that we need check.