Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Artificial Philosophy

The Artificial Intelligence Stems from the Artificial Philosophy.

Self-intelligence (consciousness, self-esteem, self-dependence) is the extent to which one is able to autonomously recognize and organize one's own influence on the environment. In other words, to what extent am I - as individual - able to apply intelligence to myself.

The intelligent beings explore, experiment things. We tend to create intelligent systems with a particular purpose in mind. But truly intelligent beings learn, partly by genetic coding, partly from instruction, and mainly through exploration and experimentation what is capabilities, limitations, needs, desires, likes, and dislikes. Intelligence in part is relates to:
What effect do I have on my environment?
What effect does my environment have on me?
What are my values?
What are my goals?
What are my resources?
What are my options?
What are my obstacles?
What do I do now?

From that learning, the intelligent system goes about living its purpose. Some intelligent systems are simple and only eat and reproduce. Some intelligent systems become gurus of certain kind. The challenge with consciousness is being able to determine what consciousness is. Consciousness in this way has yet to be defined, consciousness leads to philosophy. Or is it the ability to philosophize that determines true consciousness?

The intelligent mind is associating, connecting, reinforcing. Unless we're actively solving a problem, our mind is free-associating, finding connections between things, reinforcing important input, fading out things that are less relevant, playing with ideas, looking for solutions to problems. In order to build up the buttress of knowledge we must believe that metaphysics is only reachable if we transcend the paradigm of real science to a non-real science with the goal to arrive in other paradigm - omni-science.

The root of artificial intelligence is artificial philosophy, to discover the very purpose of  intelligent beings, to abstract its thinking process, and to determine its consciousness which leads to philosophy in framing the right question and solving it. 


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