Latemarch on the evolution of AI
|February 3, 2018||Posted by kairosfocus under Atheism, brains and computation vs contemplation, Computing, AI, Cybernetics and Mechatronics, Conservation of Information, Functionally Specified Complex Information & Organization, Humor, UD Guest Posts|
Sometimes a comment is too good to leave there in the combox. So:
LM, 2 in the AI intelligent agency thread: >>It brought to mind the evolution of AI. It all began with lightning (electrons) striking rocks (silicon) for billions of years (might a nearby warm pond be helpful?) until now we have the delicate motions of electrons thru silicon that we know of as computers. The software is the result of random noise in the bits and bytes of the operating system (we’re still working out how that originated. Any day now!) that were duplicated as a separate file and eventually, driven by natural selection, resulting in the wonderful programs we enjoy today.
At the furious rate of evolution we see today I expect to be able to salute our machine overlords any day now.>>
Food for a chuckle, then food for thought. END