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Originally Posted by tucsondude;15499657 
hmm if we used 100% of our brain do you realize how big of a tin heatsink you would need?devil.gif

....wth.gif

Once again... we do use 100% of our brain, and it happens to be a very efficient tool.
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post #32 of 96
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Originally Posted by Escatore;15499242 
The square root of sixty nine is eight-something, right? Cause I've been tryna work it out... uhhhh....


But seriously - there are obviously things which computers simply can't do (yet?) like demonstrate feeling.

More importantly though, it's not about the feeling, it's about having a complex system of feelings which can influence the computer's next move. Just as human emotions dictate our actions, I want to see a computer that can undertake independent actions based on the way it "feels." And maybe even see a computer that "enjoys" doing certain things biggrin.gif wouldn't that be neat?

Square root of 64 is 8, and sqrt of 81 is 9, anything between 64 and 81 is 8.xxx
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I want to live in a simulated environment as an emulated brain, with direct access to hardware, so that I may construct the world in whatever fashion I wish.

I would like to bridge and network my world with others and their worlds and create a virtual universe, as well as create scripted "levels" that can be acted through. Think real life vidya games.

True story.

EDIT: I think it's mildly amusing that emotionally-inclined people are claiming emotions are the divider between our consciousness and theirs.
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We are obviously in the alpha stage.
    
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Dude looks like a Dremora.
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post #36 of 96
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Originally Posted by Paradox me;15486728 
I think it's obvious humans weren't the lead platform. We got saddled with cat ports.

It's important to note here that this was not a cat port, the development was multiplatform. That's very important! yessir.gifkookoo.gif
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Originally Posted by dzalias;15500613 
I want to live in a simulated environment as an emulated brain, with direct access to hardware, so that I may construct the world in whatever fashion I wish.

I would like to bridge and network my world with others and their worlds and create a virtual universe, as well as create scripted "levels" that can be acted through. Think real life vidya games.

True story.

EDIT: I think it's mildly amusing that emotionally-inclined people are claiming emotions are the divider between our consciousness and theirs.

Its called minecraft.
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If this supercomputer simulates 100% of a cat brain does that mean if we drop it, it will always land on its feet?
    
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Why would that mean our brains are unoptimized... doh.gif

Congratulations, you completely missed the joke.
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Originally Posted by lordikon;15500507 
Square root of 64 is 8, and sqrt of 81 is 9, anything between 64 and 81 is 8.xxx

Normally I dont spam but....

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