From: Tennessee Leeuwenburg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Aug 30 2006 - 17:12:47 MDT
John K Clark wrote:
> "Tennessee Leeuwenburg" <email@example.com>
>> How intelligent does an intelligence need to be before a singularity is
> Well, the fastest signals in the brain move at about 100 meters a second;
> the signals in a AI would move at about 300,000,000 meters a second. I
> a factor of 3,000,000 should do the trick, especially when the
> components of
> the AI are considerably smaller than those in the meat computer.
> John K Clark
Assumption of scaling.
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