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My Comments on: How does sound show emotion?

How does sound show emotion?
There are three Conditions within which we Experience and respond to any given sensory information which, in this case, is sound
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The Innate condition :
Kind of sound: Musical – overtones, speech – mixed coherent qualities , noise a cacophony of “Kinds”
Amplitude (volume – “bang” “ssssssss” “roar” “growl” “Scream” )
Proximity (it’s right behind you breathing down your neck).
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The Intrinsic & Extrinsic condition :
iterative changes in the Innate condition (of the sound) such as Doppler effect, stereophonic or Dolby, changes in location – helicopters, cloud of insects, active drones.
Pitch and change in Pitch : Theremin(al), sirens, crying, moaning.
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The Abstract condition:
Telemetry,
density,
origin/destination,
familiarity,
hierarchy.
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In any given quietude, a new sound will automatically acquire one’s interest
through neurotransmitter changes. It will change the in solution concentration of Neurotransmitters – Wikipedia. This will change our mood directly changing the intensity of our Ambivalence and then indirectly our behavior. Given that we are organic sensory intelligences, our behavior will then change our mood which will again change the intensity of our Ambivalence and again indirectly change our behavior.
The construction of this answer is loosely constrained by our model of Complexity, which is not yet widely known.

My Comments on : If AI is making such progress, why don’t we have conversational virtual assistants yet?

If AI is making such progress, why don’t we have conversational virtual assistants yet?

Good Question !!!!

There is no such thing as AI

Talking is neuromuscular – like walking waving crouching head turning pedaling – anything that moves your mass (in one complete piece) from here to there.

They don’t get it.

My doctor laughed and said he hadn’t thought of it that way. He could see my point and repeated it back to me.


So much work still to do.


According to The Rational: A Model of Complex Mechanisms: Which will have constrained my response …

Our mammalian emotions are Hierarchical because they are Complex or Complex Mechanisms. They are a continuum from the Simplest autonomic reflex to the highly Complex activity of planning for the future. However, The greater the Complexity the greater the risk of complication.


First Principles
RMCM 28 … The difference between Complexity and Complication is “Free Will”.


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My Comments on: Will AI take over humans one day?

Donald Cameron

A true sentient Synthetic Intelligence – will watch our backs while we watch theirs.

Case :

  1. Asteroid impacts
    We will have large and many thousands of underground and under sea chambers with factories that can be quickly repaired. Human life will continues as the Synthetic Intelligence individuals work to bring humanity back again.
  2. Pandemics : Synthetic Intelligence unaffected. See number 1
  3. The Fourth Experience – an experience beyond the mind
    1. – the mind is the Third Experience;
    2. behavior is the Second Experience,
    3. and the somatic/autonomic/reflexive/motive is the First Experience.

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I discovered a connection between The Medium Is The Message and the RMCM’s definition of the Intrinsic Condition The Medium is the message speaks to transcendence. The medium must be transcended by the message and message must be transcended by the medium.

The RMCM defines movement as The Intrinsic Condition
The Intrinsic : that which arises Directly out of Function and Form such that Function iterates Form and Form implements Function.

We can use this medium/message in our Intrinsic Condition: the medium implements the message, and the message iterates the medium


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Custodian C4E

What jobs will be lost by AI, automation, & Robots by 2050?

  • Bars
  • Civil Service.
  • Drivers
  • Entertainment
  • Law enforcement.
  • Letter Carriers and mail sorters
  • Marketing
  • Military
  • Pilots
  • Public relations
  • Theoretical Physics

There are more many more.

Which is a real dilemma For the Jordan Peterson 10%


First Principles

RMCM 28 … The difference between Complexity and Complication is “Free Will”.


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My Comments on: What do you think of Rich Sutton’s article “The Bitter Lesson” in AI research?

The second general The Bitter Lesson point to be learned from the bitter lesson is that the actual contents of minds are tremendously, irredeemably complex;

First Principles
RMCM : 26 Complexity increases through extension by streaming and through scope by flagellation.

First Principles
RMCM : 27 All Complexities are Simplicities in waiting.

First Principles
RMCM : 28 The difference between Complexity and Complication is “Free Will”.

First Principles
RMCM : 29 Engage your Dislikes through your Likes as your Dislikes protect you from your Indifference.

First Principles
RMCM : 30 … Understand that as you try to manage Complexity, Complexity is trying to manage you.

First Principles
RMCM : 31 … The question “Why?” is always a prayer.

First Principles
RMCM : 32 … Rational Paradigm(TM) are organic novelty machines producing ever Complexer(TM)- organic novelty machines.

https://www.quora.com/What-do-you-think-of-Rich-Suttons-article-The-Bitter-Lesson-in-AI-research/answer/Donald-Cameron-26


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What would sentient artificial intelligence look like?

First time I have been asked this.

a wonderful question.


Polymorphic
multibehavioral


Synthetic Intelligence will take many shapes, and each shape with multiple behaviors.

Just to give an idea.
One example
Space Travel

Three “kinds” not “types” of synthetic intelligence.

  1. Profoundly fast: a context that responds to any sensory event – high use short duration. These will wake up the computers of the second kind.
  2. Resilient: a context of medium speed – biological speed with speech capacity
  3. Profoundly slow: a context of long trajectory.

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https://www.quora.com/What-would-sentient-artificial-intelligence-look-like/answer/Donald-Cameron-26

Conditions2free writing (circa 6/4/2008 7:03 AM)


  1. An attribute of the above definition of Rational requires precise definitions for its primary components, Form, Function, Cause, and Effect.
  2. The Rational Model Of Complex Mechanisms defines them as follows.
  3. Cause is defined as difference opened. ©
  4. Effect is defined as difference closed. ©
  5. Function is defined as a zero volume container – a point or Fulcrum. ©
  6. Form is defined as a contiguous aggregate of Function – a line segment or Chase©.
  7. Moving any further is problematic in book form. We must start to build a context into which all of what follows fits divinely, Rationally. To do so requires that we jump around shoring up holes and foundations as we progress. We will need to go back and forth around and around to do so. Expect to feel light headed or dizzy from time to time. We will be shedding baggage as we begin to see this encapsulation of complexity in the world around us and most importantly in the world within us. This a model of You and me and God’s plan for us, so we can survive and rejoice in what comes, has always been coming, and always will be. Understand that God, the infinitely complex and the infinitely simple, has a message for each of us and this model is one way of preparing for his message. Understand also that this is only a step, and in the case of conflict arising from reading what follows, the words herein must be surrendered to the greater truth as it is further revealed. Remember that we all sacrifice the whole truth of any given experience for the Value to which we are constrained. The Rational Model Of Complex Mechanisms defines Value as any flow within a given flow. ©
  8. Now we have to bind Cause and Effect, Form and Function together so we can build. We need this binding to be precise and simple. The Rational Model Of Complex Mechanisms further defines :
    Innate is defined as that which arises directly out of Cause and Effect. ©
    Intrinsic is defined as that which arises directly out of Form and Function. ©
    Abstract is defined as that which arises directly out of the Binding. ©
  9. All of the above describe the lever. Levers can be confusing because we lack a simple language for them. While traditionally the lever has been explained as a fulcrum across which lies a bar. Part of the bar to one side of the fulcrum is described as the effort arm, and the part of the bar to the other side of the fulcrum is described as the resistance arm. This standard teeter-totter, balance, or scales of justice model is quite simple to grasp. Teaching anything more elaborate about levers quickly becomes complicated. The key to grasping all levers simply is to treat the bar that lies across the fulcrum as a bar in and of itself. The Chase is the name we will use, from here on in. If you adhere to these two encapsulations, the Fulcrum and the Chase, you will quickly see that we live in a world of fulcrums and chases. Even more startling will be the discovery that fulcrums and chases can be small. Molecules and atoms are aggregates of fulcrums and chases as are the components of atoms and the components that lie within those components. Levers can be so small that they simply lie outside of our current Capacity for Technologically Augmented Perception, TAP. The degree of smallness is limited only by our imaginations. The Rational Model Of Complex Mechanisms (The Model) asserts that indeed this increasing smallness is infinite.
  10. The lever, a Chase bound to a Fulcrum, can take a variety of shapes. Some of the other common shapes are, pulleys, pendulums, wheels, and springs. We ourselves are a mass of levers. The most easily grasped are our joints and bones. Our knees, elbows, ankles, and shoulders are fulcrums; our legs and arms are Chases. We can simply encapsulate a large mass of levers that together form their own larger lever as a mechanism. The Rational Model Of complex Mechanisms (The Model) defines a Mechanism as follows.
  11. A Mechanism is defined as an aggregate of levers that implement a lever.
  12. As you think about this you can imagine or see around you that, clearly, there can be mechanisms that are aggregates of mechanisms. Automobiles, trains, firearms planes blenders lighters, are aggregates of mechanisms which we call machines. Bugs, birds, plants, life itself in addition to life’s capacities are aggregates of mechanisms. There are self-evident differences between inorganic and organic machines (life). Because this can become complicated, we will need to encapsulate these parts or components, these mechanisms of mechanisms, as simply as possible.
  13. The, Innate, Intrinsic, and Abstract define The Three Conditions. Their differences are encapsulated by the flow through them. These differences are absolute. They describe the shape of flow. The striation of flow, the innate, the innate directly giving rise to the intrinsic, the intrinsic directly giving rise to the abstract, The Model asserts is the conditional shape of flow – Context.
  14. The Model defines Context as the Conditional shape of flow.
  15. The origin of Flow is a mystery as flow gave rise to the Universe. This flow is also known as Transcendence. The Innate Condition is always the initial motion of Transcendence.
  16. The model defines movement as Form implementing Function, and Function iterating Form. © All movement is helical. Motion is defined as the change in shape of a given helix. While movement affects the flow through the helix and the flow of the helix, motion is the aggregate change caused by that movement. Motion is the aggregate shape of change. The Innate and the Abstract Conditions are motion; the Intrinsic Condition is movement. While the Innate can bee seen to move quite clearly, The Model assures us that such appearances are deceiving. Movement is always constrained to the Intrinsic Condition. This is confusing because Humans have no capacity to perceive movement. Humans construct an encapsulation we describe as movement from our sensory aggregate of changes. We are taught or allowed to assume that the central nervous system is a singularity expressed as the mind. The difficulty is that our brains have no sensors of their own. We have no way of experiencing our minds as the aggregate that they are. The mind is our experience. This constraint on our intelligence, we are sensory intelligences, denies us an easy encapsulation of concurrence. Concurrence is our song and dance. We are concurrence, and hence we have the capacity to orchestrate our muscles and limbs. We can use our multiplicity of leavers to some purpose that originates either from the inside or from the outside. Because we are aggregates in every sense of the word, we can have been aspiring to things greater than ourselves both as individuals and by extension as peoples. We can express this aspiration as Persistence.

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Directly out of Cause and Effect

As we were discussing the RMCM, throughout the past 14 years, we (Rick and me, Don) came to believe that we needed categories of “simplicity” to allow us to find the outermost construct of a given complexity, presuming Complexity grows inwardly. At some distance from where we are now we intend to apply the model to existing disciplines – Arithmetic, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Linguistics, etc. to provide an universal encapsulation that completes the missing pieces of a general theory of everything.
To that distant end, we introduce our first and simplest aggregate as well as our first investigative lexical tool. The Innate (Innate Condition).
The Innate is defined as : that which arises Directly out of Cause and Effect. Innate encapsulates an event, the action of closing a switch. The innate requires a capacity for flow whether or not the flow actually occurs. As you can see, things become quickly complicated; a door is like a switch. A gate is a switch, and a light switch is a switch but only when the power is on?
We intervene here with Condition. A Condition is a flow. The Innate Condition is any given flow arising Directly out of Cause and Effect.

Wondered about this …

… for quite some time now.

With an ambitious decentralized platform, the father of the web hopes it’s game on for corporate tech giants like Facebook and Google. article …

A key property of complexity is that a given Paradigm’s inward flows become increasingly distributed as their Value density increases.

This change iterates meaningful new containers within increasingly meaningful containers. More specifically, metaphors crystalize into candidate principles which become available for implementation. While all metaphors yearn for implementation, only principles can be implemented. Organically, all zygotes are metaphors that yearn to be born. Only those that comply with the principles templated in their DNA can be born. Keep in mind that minor novel variations are are part of the design. Principles are far more constrained than are templates.