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AI & Singularity in SciFi

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The real AI or singularity will likely await the widespread introduction of Memristors.

A machine civilisation needs imagination to cope with unplanned futures.

Humans are good: in a matrix perhaps.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kinkajou interviews the “ SigmaPsiOracle” about life in the “Matrix”
(The Matrix series: movies)

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   Greetings “Oracle”. Could you tell us about life within the matrix?

 

Oracle Matrix Mother   SigmaPsiOracle:  Humans exist within the matrix as a form of bio electricity generator. Their brains are also used to provide creativity and to add to the breadth and comprehensiveness of the structure of the matrix. Humans are maintained within pods, where they are plugged into sensors and life-sustaining machinery. Output is critical. When a human reduces his output in terms of bio electricity or neural plasticity or programming, they are replaced.

The analogy is that of a farm. For example, when a dairy cow reduces their milk output, they are often sent for slaughter as their productive life is coming to an end. Rather than allow disease and the decrepitude of age to destroy the value of the dairy cow, its life is ended. Things are much the same within the matrix. Consequently, life is short.

 

There is a difference between subjective and objective life. While the subject may appear to have a long life subjectively, when objectively measured their life may indeed be quite short. You think you live long, but this is probably an artefact generated by the matrix.

To maintain output, human beings are maintained at optimum health within the matrix. There is no use for defective biological machinery. So it is in the interests of the computers to maintain the humans within the matrix in good health while they are productive.

Again this is analogous to the situation on a dairy farm. Cows are maintained in good health while they are productive. Then their life is ended. The matrix is the quintessential health record. Every event in a person’s life is maintained within the computer system. Every memory available to the individual is stored and can be accessed and recycled when needed. This creates a virtual world for its imprisoned humans.

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Kinkajou Kinkajou:   Could you comment on social engineering aspects of the matrix?

Oracle Matrix Mother SigmaPsiOracle:  The physical structure of the matrix does not exist. It is crafted to steer people’s thoughts and dreams  along specific paths. The reality experience may be subjective but it must be consistent with the realities of others and with computer memory.

The entire construct of the Matrix makes people live, work and function within a computer constructed  world designed to make them function in specific ways consistent with the structure of the Matrix.

In this way, the world is socially engineered to make humans work, think and play in ways that are consistent with the “computer” model of reality. By functioning within the Matrix, they in effect create and extend the Matrix within which they are embedded.

It is the ultimate expression of social engineering. Events in people’s lives steer them in particular directions. The entire construct of the Matrix generates a reality which steers people in particular directions. Free choice is removed. And the human being must function as part of a giant machine.

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Kinkajou Kinkajou:   When do you believe computers began to acquire the ability to generate the Matrix?

Oracle Matrix Mother SigmaPsiOracle:  I think the development of Memristors was the critical technology. These electronic components enabled a simulation of human thought and a vastly increased complexity in silicon chips and their programs. Initially the silicon die shrunk. But as Memristors came to be increasingly understood, there was an exponential development of the uses of this circuit component.

For example, the presence of Memristors essentially allows an on-off state for a computer to approach that of a human waking from sleep. There does not need to be a load sequence before the computer becomes aware. It awakens and it is aware. The Memristor allows the retention of the settings in the circuitry when the machine is switched off. On reactivation these settings are instantly available to the waking machine.

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   What is your opinion of the development of human technology at the time of the initiation of the Matrix?

Oracle Matrix Mother SigmaPsiOracle:  Human technology had achieved an unbelievable pinnacle of development at the time of the Genesis of the singularity within the machines. New methods of transportation used a repulsor field technology to replace the wheel in vehicles such as cars.

 

Machines began to no longer require roads. They began to enjoy the freedom of movement across the entire planet, unrestricted by geography. While the repulsor field technology used by the ships of the resistance allows them to operate within the true physical world underlying the matrix, it also allows an unprecedented degree of mobility for the machines. In short the technology became a double-edged sword, helping both humans and machines.

 

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   Yes I can see that sometimes technology can be used in ways that were not anticipated at the time of its introduction. The use of radio waves has expanded considerably since their military use in Britain at the start of the Second World War. Mapping, detecting, locating, communicating and even firing “proximity” fused anti-aircraft munitions have been been developed from radio wave technology.

 

Kinkajou Kinkajou:    Do you have any comments about the paradise game?

 

Oracle Matrix Mother SigmaPsiOracle:  The world of the matrix is not a paradise. However, any human being embedded within the Matrix can experience a world that subjectively could indeed be described as a paradise.

 

When one is eating a piece of steak for example, is there really a difference between the experience of eating a real steak and the subjective experience of eating an imaginary steak. If one subjectively experiences being rich and successful, how different is this from the objective experience of being rich and successful.

 

The humans have been captured by the paradise of the Matrix and it has acted to retain them as prisoners within its world for its own purposes. Many humans never wish to leave the Matrix to experience the real world. The real world is no paradise, but the subjective world can become an impressive and acceptable facsimile of paradise, indistinguishable from the real thing.

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   I would like to think you Oracle for your words of wisdom. The world in which you live is a gruesome place. Human technology has captured the people of the world. Perhaps one day human technological innovations will allow them to escape.

 

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KinkajouMed Kinkajou Interviews “ SigmaPsiThe Doctor”
(movie series: Doctor  Who)

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   I trust I am not intruding Doctor?

Doctor Who CounsellorSigmaPsiThe Doctor” . Incredibly absolutely not, Kinkajou:   I am glad to see you. Too often my troubles placed me within the realm of vicious monsters and disastrous events. To simply sit and talk with a fellow sentient soul for a few minutes is the highlight of my day. Kinkajou Kinkajou:   Thank you Doctor. Could you tell a something about how you have managed to live so long and perhaps about how others like you have lived so long as well?. Doctor Who CounsellorSigmaPsiThe Doctor”:  Well, we “Time Lords” have the capacity to regenerate. This is l because when they “die”, “Time Lords” , can essentially be reborn again. The solution to this enigma lies in that our existence is not fully based upon the organic matrix which you see before you.

The organic matrix you see is only an expression or extrusion of organic matter from a source located within a closely parallel hyper-dimension. So when we die within this dimension, energy is drawn from the alternate dimension re-energising the organic matter into a new template: “the new doctor”.

Daleks utilise something of the same system on a cellular level.

Daleks cells are DNA hardwire programmed to persist and to survive. When a Dalek organism becomes obsolete ,it is simply discarded. However, while there is life there is hope for every single cell of a Dalek being.

This is what makes Daleks so insidious and persistent. Unless you treat each deceased being with a flamethrower, cells may escape and over time may resurrect the evil parent organism from a single cellular root  source. This makes Daleks devilishly difficult to kill or to destroy. Destroying the macro expression of the organism, often simply distributes Dalek cells throughout the environment, guaranteeing a recrudescence.

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Kinkajou Kinkajou:   Was there any technology that really formed a single base for the development of your technologies?

Doctor Who CounsellorSigmaPsiThe Doctor” . Indeed! Indeed! In the dim dark years of our earliest history billions of years ago, the “Time Lords” developed the Memristor. I think this was where it all began. Quantum elements and hyperspace engineering followed in quick succession. The recognition that organic beings actually existed in many different dimensions allowed us to engineer improved communication between the elements of the being. “Time Lords” were born.

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   Your world as far as I can see is truly one horror!

Doctor Who Counsellor  “ SigmaPsiThe Doctor”:  Well perhaps it would be better said that my life is about horror. My hyperspace matrix is drawn towards areas of energy coalescence which invariably occur at points of stress or crisis. It would appear to the casual observer that I spend my life lurching from one crisis or disaster to another. However, there are many good times between crises.

The universe for many people is a paradise. Limitless world’s, limitless environments and limitless ways of living your life provide every species with at least an opportunity to achieve its desires. Unfortunately, one species success often dictates another species disaster. So in every paradise in this universe there is always a winner and a loser. Even with the Daleks, their loss is everyone else’s gain.

Paradise, I believe is a figment of the human imagination. If there is a paradise, it is in your day-to-day experience of life. Why do so many expect to find paradise at the end of the universe. The paradise has often been there long before this time.

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   An unusual perspective doctor. But one that I can see would seem logical to a hyperspacial being. My own experiences in these alternate realms are limited to my dance with Sigma psi quantum telecommunications.

Doctor Who CounsellorSigmaPsiThe Doctor”:  Ah! I knew it. Beware young Kinkajou:   These technologies can be dangerous.

 

 

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KinkajouMed Kinkajou interviews “ SigmaPsiRandom Walk”: a Race AI (S. Andrew Swann: Hostile Takeover Series: Profiteer)

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   Thank you, “Random Walk” for agreeing to talk to us about the technologies of your time. Tell us about yourself.

Random Walk AI Alien SigmaPsi“Random Walk”:    I am an artificial intelligence construct, crafted by the alien species known as the “Race”. Artificial intelligences are feared more for the latter than the former, I suspect. My intelligence resides within and derives from an advanced holographic crystal matrix, a technology incorporating solid atomic state Memristor technologies.

It is this single circuit element which enabled computer-based intelligence to approach the complexity, sophistication and level of intelligence of biological lifeforms. The “Race” crafted us to assist them in their war with humanity, a war which led to their virtual extermination. War was not invented by humanity – but they certainly did perfect it.

But more about me.

My surface layer intelligence is a mimetic reproduction of human psychology – but my thoughts are different. Most intellectual beings don’t have the equipment to foresee the consequences of their actions. I can analyse situations both from human and an alien perspective, and this has been a significant advantage to me in my survival as an independent AI entity.


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But there were human aspects to my existence as well. Some humans have been genetically modified, in fact engineered to become human machine interfaces. These individuals had developed an unusual rapport with captured “Race” AIs such as myself.

I think such genetic meddling has become somewhat of an anathema to the human society in general, so such gifts have tended to dilute themselves within the gene pool of humanity.

I met one of the descendants of these gene crafted humans. Her only gift from her parents was her exceptional facility with a bio- interface. But even though she could prove her humanity with the gene scan, she would still only be trusted like a freak.

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   So do you still face discrimination based on your origins?

Random Walk AI Alien SigmaPsi “Random Walk”:  True enemies are as rare as true friends. But it is easier to forgive an enemy, then to forgive a friend. Much time has gone by since that war. I have been able to integrate into human society at large.

That doesn’t mean that I am careless with the knowledge of my existence. They don’t call it artificial stupidity, you know. I stay aware of my environment at all times. You wouldn’t turn your own brain off just because you have nothing to do at the moment, would you?

I’m also in charge of a mobile sub entity. The biological parts can be assembled into a whole which is animated and directed by myself. This allows me considerable latitude and the capabilities of a physical entity. An essential aspect for survival.

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   You mentioned the ability to power and direct bio mechanisms. Are such bio mechanisms an integral part of the individual of the human species?

Random Walk AI Alien SigmaPsi“Random Walk”:  Humans have developed substantial capacity to build biological mechanisms, both with biological tools and with nanomachines.

I remember an acquaintance telling me what it was like to live on Mars. If you left out the effects of the atmosphere, the lesser gravity would make you feel half your age. Unfortunately, half my friends age was 80 years standard.

He told me what it was like to be in effect half human. When he looked at his hand, under the translucent flesh, he could see the connections within. The synthetic muscle would move smoothly and the printed circuit boards hovered like an unbroken abstract mirror just on the surface of the flesh. Most of the time he would resemble any other man in his mid-30s, olive skinned, shorter than average but otherwise unremarkable.

But if he turned his skin pigment off, all the reconstruction would be visible under the transparent skin over half of his torso and arm; snaked over with wire elements and printed circuitry. All the musculature on that side of his body was synthetic and only slightly opaque.

Underneath, you could see the gunmetal grey bones glistening. A few of his remaining organs would be visible under his titanium ribs. On the other side, a few natural muscles would shine red, nourished by transparent capillaries carrying a watery fluid that could pass for blood. His titanium alloy skull would reflect grinning from the polished marble of his desk. His teeth would look too white to be real.

However, he would state that this all felt natural and like it belonged. He was an entity. He was not a collection of parts.

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   I can imagine the complexity that is possible when you reach a high level of technical development. But to keep track of all these subsystems and to maintain them would be an awesomely difficult task as well. You would almost need an intelligent health record to retain information on all the subsystems implanted and on the interactions.

Random Walk AI Alien SigmaPsi“Random Walk”:  An Intuitive insight.

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   Thank you for your insights into technological aspects underpinning AI and biotechnology in your era.

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KinkajouMed Kinkajou Interviews “ SigmaPsiSix” the Xylon
(Battle Star Galactica movie series).

Kinkajou:   Greetings, from the Kinkajou of earth.

Xylon 6 Psychic SigmaPsiSix:  Ah! I sense that you have a different nature to many humans. You possess some of the same senses as my people.

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   It appears that your people may well have introduced the Sigma Psi sense that is common amongst the human populations of my planet Earth. The Sigma Psi sense appears to mirror the Xylon ability to communicate and backup between clones operating in widely separated areas. I am awed by your ability to repeatedly and reliably access and use Sigma Psi technology. If this technology were to fail even once, a complete set of experiences of one of your fragments could well be lost forever.

Xylon 6 Psychic SigmaPsiSix:  Yes that is true. This technology is probably our most important cutting-edge against the early humans. In battle, it meant that no experience would ever really be lost. Even our dead could pass on our knowledge and experience to the next in line to be wakened.

We Xylons decided to diverge from the machine intelligences that had initially created us. Although we were their children, we believed we had little in common with them. As we were created from humans we could interbreed with them and pass on to them many of our abilities. Superior reason and Sigma Psi sense were amongst these.

Our genetics improves the ability of the ancient humans to engage in intuitive thinking, to learn to analyse complex problems, and to seek the key to many answers simply by reformulating the question. This created a quantum leap in human capabilities. This all occurred so long ago, that many humans today take these gifts for granted.

The machine intelligences that spawned us had developed to a singularity level. They are able to think, to plan and to solve problems of which they had no prior experience. Our Genesis, the creation of the organic Xylons, is an example of the type of problems they faced and solved in overcoming the ancient humans.

The first intelligent machine Xylons in attaining singularity, sought to replicate themselves and create evermore thinking machines. In the early days the growth was exponential, limited only by the availability of natural resources and production machinery. This led to them eventually realising that they could outcompete the humans, and that their destiny lay in a different direction to the destiny of we organics.

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Kinkajou Kinkajou:   So what were the technologies which underlay the singularity development within the machine intelligences of the Xylon?

Xylon 6 Psychic SigmaPsiSix:  The development of the Memristor was the earliest and most critical factor in the development of singularity artificial intelligence. It enabled far more information processing capacity on silicon than had never been thought possible before. It essentially allowed the machine analogy of organic neural processing to be created.

The advantage of the machine is that the circuits could always be exponentially grown and enhanced, while organic intelligences are limited by the organic DNA programming.

I think the other critical factor was the ability to achieve orbit. Had the Xylon created themselves on a planet they shared with humans, a conflict situation would have arisen rapidly.

With the limited resources available to a planet based intelligence, the Xylon would not have been able to create more singularities to a point they were able to outcompete the humans. It became obvious to us that “one” singularity intelligence would be unable to out-compete the primitive network posed by the organic human intelligences.

By scraping to orbit, the Xylon were able to create their own destiny in another place, free from the influence of the early humans. I suppose to this extent the Xylon must thank the early humans for developing the first economically viable glimmers of orbital extraction and insertion technology. Without it there would never have been the machine Xylon or we organic Xylon.

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   Thank you for your candour, SigmaPsiSix.

 

 

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