This website is in the gamma phase of development, meaning that it's a stable version. You can expect the following:
- Very few minor bugs
- Little to no downtime
- Fast load times
- Cross-device compatibility
- Advanced features
If you are using the website for academic research, it is reasonably safe to rely on the accuracy of our data.
- Added the CRS name and domain name to the header
- Added the website URL to each project page
- Added a release notes page for the CRS website
- Fixed various visual issues
- Fixed minor bugs
- Added more content to each project page
This major release focused on content additions:
- Added abstracts and other publication info for CRS-sponsored publications in the Blog
- Introduced a new favicon
- Revised the top menu's structure
- Added other minor features
- Fixed various bugs
- Fixed several minor bugs
- Modified the user interface in various areas
The CRS website is now in the βeta release phase. It is still an unstable release. This version focused on bahind-the-scenes upgrades to our core technology stack. Future CRS projects will also benefit from a unified account access feature.
- Added blog post banners with custom art to all posts
- Added sharing options for all posts
- Other changes to tablet and mobile viewports
To highlight the objectivity of all CRS projects, the following user interface (UI) standards shall be adopted across all projects:
- Black and white color palette
- Focus on content, not chrome
- Adherence to the standards of Google's Material Design framework
We created a new blog post type to highlight publications related to CRS-sponsored research.
- Created standalone project pages
- Created a news timeline for the bottom of pages
- Reduced loading time via better caching
- Fixed other minor visual issues
SUDO was beginning to get very tired of sitting by his computer on the bank of the river Potomac, and of having nothing to do: once or twice SUDO had peeped into the state of artificial intelligence, but the articles had no pictures or conversations in it, and where is the use of an article, thought SUDO, without pictures or conversations? So SUDO was considering in his own mind, (as well as he could, for the hot day made him feel very sleepy and stupid,) whether the pleasure of making a new website was worth the trouble of getting up and collecting vast amounts of data, when a marble-colored statue of the Greek deity named Uranus ran close by him.
There was nothing very remarkable in that, nor did SUDO think it so very much out of the way to hear the statue say to itself “dear, dear! I shall be too late!" (when SUDO thought it over afterwards, it occurred to him that he ought to have wondered at this, but at the time it all seemed quite natural); but when the statue actually took a sickle out of its toga, looked at it, and then hurried on, SUDO started to his feet, for it flashed across his mind that he had never before seen a white marble statue with either a toga or a sickle to take out of it, and, full of curiosity, SUDO hurried across the field after it, and was just in time to see it pop down a large rabbit-hole under the hedge.
In a moment down went SUDO after it, never once considering how in the world he was to get out again. The rabbit-hole went straight on like a tunnel for some way, and then dipped suddenly down, so suddenly, that SUDO had not a moment to think about stopping himself, before he found himself falling down what seemed a deep well. Either the well was very deep, or he fell very slowly, for SUDO had plenty of time as he went down to look about, and to wonder what would happen next...
Then SUDO awoke and said: “... Is this now? What a nice long sleep I've had! Oh, I've had such a curious dream!"
So SUDO ran off, thinking while he ran what a wonderful dream it had been, and built the alpha version of conscious.ai later that evening.
There are serious theoretical issues with respect to humanity's present understanding of artificial intelligence (A.I.).