I am certainly into computers and have been programming for many years but on this forum everything should be based on the biology of the brain - that is the mission here. We try to restrict our hardware to the kind of processing that can be found in the brain.
The brain does not have the usual tools used in classic AI work. There have been many other methods tried (LISP/Symbolic AI, expert systems, heuristic systems, reasoning systems, block worlds, knowledge based systems [frames and scripts], decision trees, propositional and first order logic, inference engines, the list goes on and on) to make an AI but that is not what we do here.
We have “encoders” to simulate the transformations in the early sensory system to formats compatible with processing suspected to be performed by the brain.
I do my non-biological processing on other forums - as should you.
You are correct that I have posted most of my main ideas over the last year: this is the distilled results of study of the biology of the brain since the late 70’s. My main ideas are moving forward slowly as I refine some of the “iffy” areas; there are some sub-cortical areas that are still a complete mystery to me. It is unlikely that I will be adding any bold new concepts to the central big picture any time soon; mostly at this point I am tweaking around the edges.
My main focus now is to reduce these concepts to working programs.