A. I. Model No. 6

IM2

INTELLIGENT MACHINE

Input a specific target goal

Review assumptions based on the target goal
Re-declare assumptions, if any

Set programmable values to zero

Load the Questions File from the Global Data Base via satellite
Load the Resolutions File

First Function
(Express the target goal as a representational map)

Divide the target goal into a series of specific tasks
Assign groups of smaller instructions within each task

Get the first question related to the target goal from the Questions File
Display the question
Map the question to all entries in the Resolution File

If there is a resolution to the question, then
Store it in the Resolution File
Display the resolution
Jump to the Second Function

If there is no resolution to the question, then
Scan the ‘Howl’ language interpreter for syntactical usage
Scan the ‘Pictionary’ data base for relevant images
Scan the ‘Mean Streets’ experience data base for a meaningful social context
Scan the ‘Nature’ knowledge data base for a definition and working model of all known systems
Scan ‘Misty’ operational tools for second and third order representations such as analogy, metaphor, etc.
Scan the ‘Deja Vu’ data base for stored personal experience
Scan the ‘Lascaux’ data base for related deep historical experience
Scan the ‘Nostradamus’ global pattern recognizer for prediction maps

If 3 or more scans were successful, then
Store the question at the top of the Questions File
If over 75% of the scans in the test succeed, then
Store the resolution in the Resolution File, and
Jump to the Second Function
Otherwise
Get the next question, and
Repeat the entire process until all questions in the Questions File
related to the Target Goal have been processed

If there are no new entries in the Resolution File, and
If all questions in the Question File have been processed, then
Quit the program

Second Function
(Express the target goal as a 3-dimensional interactive system)

If there is a new entry or entries in the Resolution File, then
Get the latest entry
Convert the mapped form of the entry to numerical parameters
which are both interactive and programmable

Enable the target system

Adjust the mapped formulas of the target system
to conform to all re-configurable parameters of space and time
Convert the map to an integrally multiple system,
operable within a dynamic 3-dimensional environment

Enable the self-modifying, self-correcting tuning system

Set the initial parameters of the system to resonances
which are adaptable to local conditions within the boundaries of the
environment

Repeat this process for all new entries in the Resolution File

 

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