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comment Math replacing natural language
@anon I appreciate your first response, if only your other would follow suit. You say it is not possible, maybe it is? Your second post is atrocious. You are generalizing my words. I said to one individual that this question be out of that persons league. I feel pity for your attack on me. I am here for open ideas and to forward technology. Period. I am not here to beat my chest. As for expectations I was hopefully expecting a more content filled discussion where you experts could first understand the purpose of my post and react accordingly and then attack it.
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@anon 1) I have not demanded anything, I presume you know how stack exchange works. I ask, you don't have to answer. I do however appreciate a discussion 2) Blaming you? If you feel I am blaming you for something then I'm sorry I cannot help you with that.
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@anon I agree that that is nonsense and does not make any sense (the link). You took a very clear example in natural language (bound by rules which we humans invented). I was referring your "one" "two" and "three" in terms that a superintelligence itself decides for itself and which is not natural language (I think this is the confusion). The intelligence creates its own way to express thoughts, feelings, creativity (in my question I choose communication, way to express ones self). I am an atheist so drop the religion.
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@anon About math describing things and not being clear. My intention was for people to perhaps use their imagination and creativity and themselves put forward an idea of what it could mean and/or be achieved, in the context on math and natural language. And I am inclined to say that unfortunately most mathematicians have a hard time thinking outside of the box.
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@anon Can one write an essay as so for humans? Perhaps not no, for something that thinks in a different manner to us, perhaps? We have not created superintelligence so I must disagree with your opinion that that it is not possible (we just don't know). Thank you for the links/terms, will read! I feel sorry for the feeling that you must vote for close, close mindedness is dangerous for the advancement of technology. I do hope you see more positively in crazy ideas in the future!
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@Zach466920 I have also have an introduction into cognitive neuroscience as well. In short, the only area we know somewhat much of is the visual area, remember seeing those a.i. dreaming images? All about images. I wish to go more into actual conscious. I have no interest in computer vision as we do not need our eyes for our brains to function.
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@Zach466920 I agree the word thoughts is better fitting. I'll give you an example of something that helped get me into the question. no-mans-sky.com The game world is purely created through mathematical formulas created on fly. So, math is this context is capable of creativity. - I currently study A.I. and I like thinking outside the box, crazy ideas to bring up the most important thing which helps progress; discussion. I am familiar with ann's and deep learning. However trying to reproduce the human visual cortex is far from understanding what conscious is.
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@Zach466920 And if you were blind from birth how would you covey one plus one equals two, you would not know of those symbols. Perhaps pressure sensation could represent the question? What I am trying to say that there are more ways of describing things, and perhaps math is one of them?
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@anon But what if it can? It might not have to make sense for us humans (as we have natural language and) but for something that can read it. I feel humans always think that intelligence is exactly the way we perceive it. Something smarter than us might just be able to achieve such a thing such as using math to describe everything.
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Arrogance and close mindedness go hand in hand. Perhaps the question is out of your league and that maybe for the benefit of my question and the community refrain yourself from answering anymore.
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I feel you and Zach are thinking too much about computers in the sense of binary. We have long used natural language and math before computers came into existence. Computers may use binary but binary on it's own does not describe the Earths trajectory around the Sun, a math formula does. I may be poor in my questioning, I chose to try and represent a natural language as math to simplify the problem. It seems to have confused yous instead (my fault).
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@Zach466920 Forgive me but A.I. does not only revolve around creating human like intelligence. There are several types of Strong A.I.. I apologize I maybe should of mentioned this in the original post.
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@Zach466920 Not entirely, "one plus one equals two" doesn't really describe a feeling in me (maybe warmth in mathematicians!). Words are used to describe "something" and as such so are formulas.
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@Zach466920 I'm thinking slightly more abstract than that. The word "sausage" in English and the word "korv" in Swedish are the same yet different, you get what I'm meaning? Also this could perhaps open ways which are more abstract such as describing feelings, creativity etc. I took this example of natural language as a first steeping stone as to say.
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