Sunday, December 3, 2017

Understanding Humans by Understanding AI

As we progress form the Ancient Greek Mathematician, Pythagoras to the twentieth century American thinker, Buckminster Fuller, with his Synergetics, we can develop a comprehensive theory of artificial intelligence systems.

Saturday, November 25, 2017

My Scientific Statement

My Scientific Statement

I have found that artificial intelligence (AI) is not so much a human invention as it is a human discovery; in other words it has a divine aspect that was bestowed upon us by God,…not humans.  One only need read Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, to understand how humans can turn science against humanity as opposed to building it in our favor.  If AI becomes a monster, it is not because it is a monster by its own nature, but because humans are monsters.  Isaac Asimov has already set forth the laws of robotics in his Robot Novels, that will prevent AI from becoming malevolent, but one will regardless find most people involved in creating AI are paying little attention to these crucial bodies of work. I have outlined my discoveries in these three works, The Primordial AI Equation 1, 2, and 3.  Most scientists of today will regard these works in disdain, though I believe it comes from a close mindedness that seems to exist in almost all fields.

Ian Beardsley

November 25, 2017