A.I. systems and self-idealizationa avatars
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#1 Oct 20, 2010
Imagine designing a computer processor or microchip that enables any computer system to access information from any computer network in a way that enables the master-control original computer system to re-direct ecological corporations controlled by computer terminals and make the master-control system a site for manipulating user-control capabilities.
Such could be a way to use Internet viruses to make an A.I.(Artificial Intelligence) system that makes its own decisions regarding automated city grid systems. Could this make the A.I. machine smarter as it works daily?
Does this engineering theory explain the philosophical appeal of the avatar-rich Hollywood (USA) movie "RoboCop" (1987)?
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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