"In the default Standard Model of Artificial General Intelligence, or AGI, the auditory memory module AudMem is called by the auditory input module to store computer keystrokes in the auditory memory channel, which is three things simultaneously -- a
transmission channel for incoming data; a storage area; and a pattern-matching mechanism for the recognition of words. These words can be in English, or German, or Russian or Latin in the free-of-charge Open-SOurce AI Minds created by Arthur Murray, who
is known on the Internet as Mentifex, or Mindmaker, and who served in the U.S. Army as a Nuclear Weapons Electronics Specialist. Computer programmers who study the Mentifex cognitive architecture may seek employment as an AI Mind Maintainer. Employers
should ask job applicants if they know about Mentifex artificial general intelligence."