creating AI by mimicking the brain

CyberLegend aka Jure Sah jure.sah at guest.arnes.si
Mon Mar 11 07:54:32 EST 2002


codeZ wrote:
> I think AI can be created, based on the internet's infrastructure.
> All you need is 30 billion computers connected s.t. each computer connects
> to 10 000 others, a total of 1,000,000 billion connections. (replace a
> computer by a neuron and you have a human brain). Add to this some simple
> software program to manage the input/output and you have a recipe for AI.
> Scan the brain, note all the interneuron connections, then connect the
> computers over the net in the same way. Program each computer to operate
> just like a neuron. Voila. Make sure you have the kill switches if need be.

Oh, sure all you have to do is get 30 billion computers on the Internet,
ensure a perfect functioning, get all 30 billion computers running a
specific program and scan the brain... Piece of cake, eh? Why don't you
try it?

Anyway, I'm devoloping a little something that goes in about the same
direction, if you're interested in cooperation, it shouldn't be a
problem.

C'ya!

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