Absolute Crazy - How far can an algorithm go?

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Absolute Crazy - How far can an algorithm go?
« on: February 02, 2019, 10:52:53 pm »
Fun!!!, interesting, straightforward........weird...

Here's an example of what I mean. Prepare, it gets deep. If you keep reading you'll see what i mean truly.

User types in a phrase. We search google for it. We find images of it. We transform the images into different styles etc. Make them into video. Caption those. Turn those captions into video. Turn those into 3D. Print the 3D scenes (45000 blocks of the scene). Ship them to California. Film a video of the auction. Post video to youtube. Caption video. Turn it into speech. Generate a video synced to the girl narrating the auction. Post to a forum and see what users think about the video. Return their posts/video result to user.

How far can an algorithm GO?

What is the purpose?

Or what about doing slight changes to a simulated/real world and seeing the butterfly effects?



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Re: Absolute Crazy - How far can an algorithm go?
« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2019, 12:29:01 am »
That's like following a specific branch of a reverse ancestry diagram made of dominoes. A single push, and the waves of influence spread wherever they can. For an ASI this would be an efficient way of multitasking. The ultimate free-styling rube Goldberg. On the other hand, our natural inclination would be to watch the pretty dominoes, then being exterminating butterflies after a rough hurricane season.

Seems like you would lose precision pretty quick; by attempting an extended causal algorithm in an open system, with constant bombardment from random variables derailing your process.