From: Metaqualia (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Oct 05 2003 - 22:36:26 MDT
Would the set of all bayesian probability data necessary to replicate a
100IQ human be prohibitively large and therefore impossible to store on a
modern supercomputer? (exclude the visual cortex, just think common sense
reorganized in a bayesian fashion)
Would the lookup time for a moderately complex thought be too long in such
system? (imagine that all probabilities are stored on a hard disk).
Programming tricks, compression, anything goes to reduce the size - but
after nothing more can be done and it's just a matter of rough storage space
and speed, are 100% bayesian human equivalent AIs theoretically possible or
impossible to implement with present off the shelves technology?
Is there any use for alternatives to bayes a cognition paradigms?
This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.5 : Wed Jul 17 2013 - 04:00:42 MDT