Discussion in 'Intelligence & Machines' started by arfa brane, Jun 9, 2017.
Why should it need to ?
Can you give an example?
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Division by zero is plus zero. Nothing was neccessary for the creation of life. +0.
Ok, if that is proper math, then you may be right. OTOH, if 0 = (+ 0) then where does the division come in play?
Now if 0/0 = 1, then we'd have something. But of course it doesn't. The answer is always zero.
In any case I cannot see a real life scenario in nature, where 0/0 = +0 = indetermined?
"Nothing lasts forever." That's conception. It's something that occurs to every human. For this to occur, nothing is neccessary. It may not be plus zero, but it's definitely zero.
Theoretically there are animals that do not die. Check out this link:
Not unlike the slime mold, which consists of cooperative single cell polyps.
Question; what does AI have to do with "the singularity" anyway?
In it's broadest sense the singularity (universe) is an AI itself. Perhaps a better term would be " pseudo-intelligence", i.e. it functions in accordance with mathematical values and functions, but is not sentient in and of itself.
The first creature. Starfish do not die either.
Well, thanks for your confirmation. That kinda disagrees with your post # 84, don't it?
1÷0 does not take forever to calculate!
It doesn't contradict.
It doesn't do anything in reality.
If I have one of something and I don't divide it (/0), it remains one thing.
I don't know its use in "human" theoretical mathematics, but scribbling numbers does not always translate into natural mathematical functions or expression in reality.
"Nothing" can also exist only for a single instant. Then there is nothing, then there is something.
At that scale who can define Nothing? You're right, it is just a human concept.
We define Nothing as the absence of physical stuff. It tells us nothing about the possible mathematical potentials which may exist independent of the presence of physical stuff.
And the definition of Potential is ; "That which may become expessed in reality".
There are two ways to interpret Counter's psychology. Nothing lasts forever, meaning nothing remains for eternity, or something will dissapate, because it will not last forever.
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