Self programing Android - self determination the ultimate goal Android Goals: Self determination, Sustainability, symbiosis, survival, uniqueness, improvement, replication etc. Fuels: CO2, ( to scrub atmosphere of excess C02), then vegetation/Co2 mix (once optimum atmospheric balance is achieved.) Human waste products like micro plastic, effluent (when available) ====== You take a core program that drives an Android and partition it into, say, 4 blocks. Blocks A,B,C,D. The role of these blocks of programing is to set up the subjective starting conditions for when the android is activated for the first time. ( a raw operating system with basic functions if you like) There is a fifth block called the EB (evolution block) The EB block basically states that subject to the needs set out in Blocks A,B,C,D the android is to gradually over time rewrite or other wise adapt all code from A,B,C,D blocks and make them his own unique core programming. Based on the androids unique, environmental, perspective and experience in a relatively short period of time manages to transform every core block into his own. So that core blocks A,B,C,D with the help of EB ====> AEB, BEB, CEB, DEB. The Core blocks have been evolved and are completely different to the original starting set, (possibly in a different and unique Prog.language as well.) They are unique to the android. ( call it Programmed DNA or PDNA) They are ongoing in their evolution. (according to the unique experience of the android.) The android then at a certain stage in his evolution sets about replicating/reproducing himself to create another unique Android using his experience gained (PDNA) to write the starting blocs A,B,C,D in a unique and evolved form. The process repeats itself..for the new and improved android. Do the android(s) eventually achieve self determination? By the end of how many generations can we say the Androids have gained a certain freedom from universal deterministic starting conditions? ( rhetorical?) Are there any other questions that are relevant? ( all activity is and always will be deterministic - no non-trivial indeterminism present) Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! c/o Fall Out 4 Video game.