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Friday, February 06, 2004
 


Ummm...from the link below:

"...Therefore, IEI is busily transforming all of its advanced neural network paradigms into TCP/IP based systems. The overall intent is to convert many, if not all, of the TCP/IP nodes on the Internet into functioning neurons.

The resulting freethinking entity will be capable of introspecting upon all human-originated content residing on the Internet and World Wide Web, and from that knowledge store creating new ideas and strategies that will inevitably transform our thinking and our planet".

Does this sound crazy? It's not (completely) - it's pretty much within the bounds of current technology. Whether a 'freethinking entity' would result is anybody's guess.

It probably sounds a lot scarier if you don't know much about neural networks - the computational 'neurons' talked about above are hugely, massively, primitive compared to biological neurons.

Read the whole thing here.

-- umair // 1:36 PM //


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