Viktoras Veitas

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Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) is a field of research aiming to distill the principles of intelligence that operate independently of a specific problem domain or a predefined context and utilize these principles in order to synthesize systems capable of performing any intellectual task a human being is capable of and eventually go beyond that. While(More)
The global brain can be defined as the distributed intelligence emerging from the network of all people and machines on this planet, as connected via the Internet. The present paper proposes the foundations for a mathematical model of the self-organization of such a network towards increasing intelligence. The assumption is that the network becomes more(More)
I focus on two special requirements for the simulation model: Ability to observe global and local behaviour (“micro/macro-scope”). This means that we should be able to observe in real time (i.e. during the simulation) or subsequently analyze every chosen component of the network. A component of the network could be a challenge, a situation, an agent, a(More)
How would a human hundreds or thousands times more intelligent than the brightest human ever born till now be like? We must admit we can hardly guess. A human being of such intelligence will be so radically different from us that it can hardly, if at all, be recognized as human. If we had to go back along the evolutionary tree to identify a creature 1000(More)
The sociotechnological system is a system constituted of human individuals and their artifacts: technological artifacts, institutions, conceptual and representational systems, worldviews, knowledge systems, culture and the whole biosphere as an evolutionary niche. In our view the sociotechnological system as a super-organism is shaped and determined both by(More)
What would a human hundreds or thousands times more intelligent than the brightest human ever born be like? We must admit we can hardly guess. A human being of such intelligence will be so radically different from us that it can hardly, if at all, be recognized as human. If we had to go back along the evolutionary tree to identify a creature 1000 times less(More)
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