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posted 3/28/2017  13:02Send e-mail to userReply with quote
Below it is shown how the modern software looks like, complexity for the sake of complexity, would it stand?

Does that one day fly to space by its own? There is immensely lot of complexity in it, so if Minsky and others are right, it should happen.

Last edited by tkorrovi @ 3/28/2017 1:03:00 PM

posted 3/28/2017  16:00Send e-mail to userReply with quote
Glad you brought that up.
A machine mind should find harmony an move away from chaos.
Or it could have internal equation generator to generate algorithms to
figure out the world. To smooth out its view of the world.

But the price of smoothing out the world with longer and more complex
and may multiples equations bring the chaos with in.
So now it is about move away from the combination explosions before they

posted 4/3/2017  07:26Send e-mail to userReply with quote
That mound that you displayed is a metaphor for the state of the modern personal computer, and not just the files. You see the programs are all compiled into limited functionality. There is no way to use the many facets of the computer and its peripherals for either the programmer or an AI, and the user must be present for every conversion between one program and another. The only way to fix this mess is to melt it down and start over with a new operating system and programs that lend themselves to full automation.

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