Lots of stuff missing but the most important(why hasn’t AI surpassed organic intelligence) follows.
TIME FRAME #1
Physicists’ entropy seems to be the opposite of Information Theorists’ entropy.
HOT COLD COLD HOT
COLD HOT HOT COLD
AVERAGE HOT COLD COLD
Physicist: Not much entropy
Information Theorist: Lots of entropy
AVG AVG AVG AVG
Physicist: Lots of entropy
Information Theorist: Not much entropy
TIME FRAME #?
The universe is expanding. Something located in an expanding universe needs more bits to represent it’s location.
More bits. Less entropy(information theory).
TIME FRAME #2
Metabolism seems oddly similar to what Hutter(and I) understand as intelligence.
TIME FRAM #2.5
//TO DO: Biology related, will be long.
//TO DO: Economy related.
TIME FRAME #?
A decompressor with patterns accross it’s data would benefit from a global probability distribution.
TIME FRAME #3
The universe can send information faster than light speed.
Basically, I think organic brains have a deeper connection to a global probability distribution(that is decompressing the universe) that would give us more combinatorial power than machines.
Strong AI is based on:
-Machines getting smart faster
-Humans not getting much smarter
I think the second is false.
Also, if the universe were trying to decompress a hash(that is, trying to decompress without a map, with methods that may fail) one would see laws of physics popping in and out of existence, which could explain apparent randomness at the lowest levels of our universe