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Super Artificial Intelligence, a naive approach
« on: March 12, 2017, 07:06:08 AM »
Life's meaning probably occurs on the horizon of optimization:

(source: mit physicist, Jeremy England proposes new meaning of life)

Today, artificial intelligence exceeds mankind in many human, cognitive tasks:

(source: can we build ai without losing control over it?)

(source: the wonderful and terrifying implications of computers that can learn)

The creation of general artificial intelligence is so far, mankind's largely pertinent task, and this involves (i), i.e. optimization.

The human brain computes roughly 10^16 to 10^18 synaptic operations per second.

Mankind has already created brain based models that achieve 10^14 of the above total in (iii).

If mankind isn't erased (via some catastrophe), on the horizon of Moore's Law, mankind will probably create machines, with human-level brain power (and relevantly, human-like efficiency), by at least 2020.

Using clues from from quantum mechanics, and modern machine learning, I have composed (am composing) a naive fabric in aims of absorbing some non-trivial intelligence's basis.

Paper + Starting Code (rudimentary): "thought curvature"

Criticism is welcome/needed.
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