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May 11, 2017, 09:23:08 AM
Concept: Spaun regions [A] <> [ B] <> [C] <> [D] + worm replicator & setup node + = technological singularity

Paying $/hr for someone to attempt this.
Cost, to attempt to program this? It doesn't seem that complex, is there anyone here willing to attempt this? Bringing this above 86 billion neurons, may set off the motion to the technological singularity.

White Paper Concept:

Like to worm viruses, that are capable of self-replication, through a computer to computer. Creating a self-replicating worm virus, that holds both an instruction, and a neuron. Connecting in a certain formation.

A concept alike to “Spaun” that consists of 2.5 million simulated neurons. A worm virus, would setup a node, and replicate to other computers that furthermore would create additional nodes. Each worm virus would have an assigned region to be, in the nodes. Ultimately, scaling far beyond “Spaun”, and creating a mind with trillions or quadrillions of neurons. Setting in motion some form or kind of superintelligence.

[A] <> [B ] <> [C] <> [D] Regions.

However not sure if someone can create something similar to "Spaun", as that requires being very conserved in neuron science. When setup, this person can feed information to "Spaun", teaching this entity. Spaun with only 2.5 Million neurons, was able to perform basic cognitive task. There is more than enough computing power in the world, even if .1% used of 10's of millions to 100's of millions of computers remaining undetected, would be far enough needed.

Apparently, the model: for this already is there: and its a very realistic, connection of the various regions.

All that someone needs to do is merge this with the concept above.
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