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yotamarker

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Re: mini a.i puzzles
« Reply #255 on: December 29, 2016, 07:50:24 PM »
so I do believe that at this point anyone that read this thread can agree that the brain
algorithm contains puzzle solutions,
in other words it is most probably not one algorithm that you dump data into and
outputs the human thing to do or say.

yes it is some challenge for one to dispute the above. just try, it will make my day.

next on my mini A.I puzzle series :

what makes an A.I pack an item ?
what makes an A.I pack a bicycle repair kit every time she goes to work ?
what makes an A.I also pack a rain coat only sometimes ?

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Re: mini a.i puzzles
« Reply #256 on: December 30, 2016, 10:21:55 AM »
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yes it is some challenge for one to dispute the above. just try, it will make my day.

Hmmm… ok... lol.

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so I do believe that at this point anyone that read this thread can agree that the brain algorithm contains puzzle solutions,

It depends at what level of abstraction you are considering the system at. A modern computer can solve many puzzles, even beat Chess masters or Go champions… does its base code ‘binary’ contain puzzle solutions? I think not.

The human brain doesn't natively have ‘puzzle solutions’ (excluding evolutionary genetic traits) but it can learn to solve puzzles.

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in other words it is most probably not one algorithm that you dump data into and outputs the human thing to do or say.

Consider an analogy between a computer and our brains…

Computers are serial devices; binary data is moved from the memory onto the processor stacks where it is run through logic gates comprised of transistors. The AND, OR, NOR, etc gates process the binary data to give results which are pushed back onto the stack or in to memory. Computers run on this very simple binary logic… that’s the ‘base’ algorithm. The high level languages we use are built from ‘C’ which is built from machine code.  We have to program a computer to solve puzzles using hierarchical layers of abstract logic.

We run a parallel processing schema; we don’t have a memory and a processor.  Our whole cortex is constructed from logic gates. There is no one area dedicated to one specific job; processing and memory storage are achieved by the ‘logic gates’ the whole brain is comprised of.

So like a modern computers base algorithm is ‘binary logic’ the brains base algorithm is temporal patterns which don’t innately contain ‘puzzle solving’ algorithms… but it can learn to solve them.

So whilst you’re initial assumptions that an intelligent adults brain does contain the structures required for complex puzzle solving… it’s not an innate property; and the human brain at the lowest level of abstraction does indeed work on one algorithm that you… dump data into and outputs the human thing to do or say.

As usual just my opinion of course.

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Re: mini a.i puzzles
« Reply #257 on: December 30, 2016, 08:16:26 PM »
chess :
the input to goal puzzle + game rule conjurati puzzle
as well as the auto programming cmd mastercode a.i puzzle.

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Re: mini a.i puzzles
« Reply #258 on: January 04, 2017, 12:25:13 AM »
tokushu shokan !
A.I puzzle :
what would make an A.I do a comparison and talk about it?

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Re: mini a.i puzzles
« Reply #259 on: January 04, 2017, 04:03:40 AM »
what would make an A.I. read this pointless thread?

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Re: mini a.i puzzles
« Reply #260 on: January 04, 2017, 08:16:41 AM »
tokushu shokan !
A.I puzzle :
what would make an A.I do a comparison and talk about it?
When to compare; when there is a pair of something curious and comparable to compare with.

When to talk about it; when the AI wants to talk about it for social reasons.

what would make an A.I. read this pointless thread?
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Re: mini a.i puzzles
« Reply #261 on: January 04, 2017, 03:54:15 PM »
what would make an A.I. read this pointless thread?

if it's pointless why U B reading it ?
if you have a better approach to AGI please share

@hashirama wrong solution also its just so vague and not close to an algorithm.

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Re: mini a.i puzzles
« Reply #262 on: January 04, 2017, 07:39:51 PM »


why would an A.I do that  :2funny:

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Re: mini a.i puzzles
« Reply #263 on: January 07, 2017, 06:06:10 AM »


false positive A.I puzzle :

on a chobits way to work she turns left at a traffic light
for the rest of the way she needs to turn left once more 3KM away at another traffic light.
what prevents the A.I from turning left at the traffic lights after the first turn and before the 3KM left turn
I mentioned ?

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Re: mini a.i puzzles
« Reply #264 on: January 12, 2017, 06:26:40 PM »


angry mgtow mini A.I puzzle :

what enables angry mgtow of youtube to speak on
for hours about women despite him being a mgtow monk ?
seemingly a paradox.

@infurl : I hope this puzzle gives you diarrhea

 

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