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Topic: How do we build human passion into a programme?

thebuddha2010
posted 4/15/2015  17:07Send e-mail to userReply with quote
How do we build human passion into a programme?


tkorrovi
posted 4/16/2015  01:33Send e-mail to userReply with quote
Creation is necessary for exploring, and exploring is an active form to achieve more harmony with the environment.

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The Transcoder
posted 4/17/2015  03:13Reply with quote
Give it goals to achieve. If it fails to achieve the goals it can either be mad or sad (or both) based on it's degree of failure. If it achieves it's goal, then it can be happy. If it's mad, then maybe it turns itself off for a certain amount of time. I don't really know, just shooting some ideas out there.


hakobian
posted 5/24/2016  01:50Send e-mail to userReply with quote
I know



hakobian
posted 5/24/2016  01:52Send e-mail to userReply with quote
Give it a different number line maybe.

Instead of putting 0 in the middle, put 0 at the ends. 0 won't exist, just the idea towards it.

It'll look like 0--------<>---------_-o

Mathematically it will look like the new idea of temperature, wink, wink.

Hint:(yeah this makes it specially confusing)the negative is on the right side of the number line.

I think the numberline looks Awesome, but you have to look into it.

Changing number lines bothers ai a bit.


Last edited by hakobian @ 5/24/2016 2:01:00 AM

thebuddha2010
posted 5/24/2016  19:12Send e-mail to userReply with quote
"If it fails to achieve the goals it can either be mad or sad"

How can inorganic matter feel mad or sad?

How can particles (for want of a better term) Feel?

What does "feeling" mean anyway?

I don't know.


hakobian
posted 5/29/2016  19:29Send e-mail to userReply with quote
 
thebuddha2010 wrote @ 5/24/2016 7:12:00 PM:
"If it fails to achieve the goals it can either be mad or sad"

How can inorganic matter feel mad or sad?

How can particles (for want of a better term) Feel?

What does "feeling" mean anyway?

I don't know.

 
Ask an atom how old it is, and wait for it to laugh at you.

Atom's have a problem with having age described to them.

Emotion is an idea. Time is an idea. How does a biological thing explain it's birthday, when it lives for less then a day? It will not.

You may be able to imagine an inorganic matter that can feel once you eliminate those ideals that are limited to the human experience.

What could be those?

What kind of shared experience can an animal have with a human? Pain. That's an easy answer.

What kind of shared experience can a complex inorganic material made from human experience be made?

Not physical pain, because the basis is made not on life, but on a tool made from life. It can still share a very human idea.

Cognitive dissonance.

Best way to blow up a 1950's era Science Fiction AI mainframe was to give it cognitive dissonance, throwing it into a logical loop it couldn't get out of, and then it overheats and blows up.

Last edited by hakobian @ 5/29/2016 7:35:00 PM
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