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#Actualszecs

Posted 06 October 2012 - 09:26 AM

I don't think talking about conciousness is relevant. Anything that looks like it has conciousness is enough. I can only be sure about my conciousness. I think the Duck test applies here well.

Anyhoo, I think a more decentralized computer model is required for making anything real intelligent. I mean, millions of small CPUs with millions of small memory units all in a impossibly complex structure.

I don't think we can manufacture a finished AI and just turn it on ever because of that "infinite" complexity. No matter how well we understand the elements of the system, fully understanding and controlling a system that complex is pretty much impossible. It's hard to fully understand even just a regular software. And it's lightyears away from the size and data amount of a mind.

So if we create anything resembles a true intelligent and independent mind, it will be like a new-born's mind and we have to teach her like we teach children.

I think....

#3szecs

Posted 06 October 2012 - 09:22 AM

I don't think talking about conciousness is relevant. Anything that looks like it has conciousness is enough. I can only be sure about my conciousness. I think the Duck test applies here well.

Anyhoo, I think a more decentralized computer model is required for making anything real intelligent. I mean, millions of small CPUs with millions of small memory units all in a impossibly complex structure.

I don't think we can manufacture a finished AI and just turn it on ever because of that "infinite" complexity (no matter how well we understand the elements of the system, fully understanding and controlling a system that complex is pretty much impossible).

So if we create anything resembles a true intelligent and independent mind, it will be like a new-born's mind and we have to teach her like we teach children.

I think....

#2szecs

Posted 06 October 2012 - 09:22 AM

I don't think talking about conciousness is relevant. Anything that looks like it has conciousness is enough. I can only be sure about my conciousness. I think the Duck test applies here as well.

Anyhoo, I think a more decentralized computer model is required for making anything real intelligent. I mean, millions of small CPUs with millions of small memory units all in a impossibly complex structure.

I don't think we can manufacture a finished AI and just turn it on ever because of that "infinite" complexity (no matter how well we understand the elements of the system, fully understanding and controlling a system that complex is pretty much impossible).

So if we create anything resembles a true intelligent and independent mind, it will be like a new-born's mind and we have to teach her like we teach children.

I think....

#1szecs

Posted 06 October 2012 - 09:20 AM

I don't think talking about conciousness is relevant. Anything that looks like it has conciousness is enough. I can only be sure about my conciousness.

Anyhoo, I think a more decentralized computer model is required for making anything real intelligent. I mean, millions of small CPUs with millions of small memory units all in a impossibly complex structure.

I don't think we can manufacture a finished AI and just turn it on ever because of that "infinite" complexity (no matter how well we understand the elements of the system, fully understanding and controlling a system that complex is pretty much impossible).

So if we create anything resembles a true intelligent and independent mind, it will be like a new-born's mind and we have to teach her like we teach children.

I think....

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