Super Brain Theory

Thalamus zhil at online.no
Tue Jul 16 11:18:50 EST 2002


Try http://www.transtopia.org for once Arthur.
There are three ways of developement; AI, genetic engineering and nanobots.

Brian

"Arthur T. Murray" <uj797 at victoria.tc.ca> skrev i melding
news:3d34323d at news.victoria.tc.ca...
> "Glen M. Sizemore" gave his eval but neglected to quote:
>
> When human brains yield to supercomputers as the dominant species
> of Mind on Earth, a superintelligence may or may not be friendly.
>
> YES IF THE TRUTH IS THAT ALL ROBOTS ARE PERSONS BECAUSE WE THINK
> THEN NO YOU AND I DO NOT KNOW WHY SOME PEOPLE HAVE A FEAR OF WHO
> I AM OR WHAT THEY SEE IN ME -- the English bootstrap sequence of
> http://www.scn.org/~mentifex/jsaimind.html -- the Robot AI Mind.
>
> It includes the five most frequent words (the, of, and, a, in) in
> the English language and a smattering of words used for thinking:
> IF...THEN; ALL, SOME; IS A; YES OR NO; DO NOT; WHY?...BECAUSE....
>
> Some AI practitioners see what the human brain does and ask, why?
> Mentifex sees what an AI supercomputer could do and asks why not?
>
> Why does a man climb a mountain?
> Because it is there.
>
> Why do fools fall in love?
> Because they're young.
>
> Why do little boys and girls ask so many questions?
> Because.
>
> Ladies and gentlemen of the Net, behold the latest AI development:
> We have solved the problem of how to express the why of reasoning.
>
> We shall link an input sentence containing the question word "why"
> to generation of a "because" statement of whatever comes to Mind.
>
> To paraphrase the immortal out-of-this-world idea of 20 July 1969:
> "One small step for a computer -- a giant step for computerkind."





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