Monday, April 17, 2017

Consciousness based quantum computer







The brain’s gradually improving responses to stimuli molded the brain into the structural, organizational mirror of physical systems. Therefore, social interaction engenders particle-like features, such as uncertainty, hysteresis, and territorial needs. The brain’s operational symmetry vis-à-vis the physical world engenders the mind, an operational analog of elementary particles. In the brain, all change is based on sensory processing. Perception of sensory stimulus or reading road signs is involuntary and automatic because sensory stimulus impinges on the mind through the shifting energy balances of the brain. As photons are the fundamental forces for interaction, and emotions transfer energy between people and emotional animals. Emotions are energy imbalances of the brain, which trigger actions that recover the energy neutral state. This essential connection with the environment must also characterize AI. In a robot, in place of neurons, sensory pattern perception can be formed by, for example, 'superconducting synapse.’ A highly precise response is possible by utilizing deep-learning systems, which are getting more powerful. In the computer ‘brain,’ just like in the organic brain, the energy balance would continuously change depending on field effects, in an automatic fashion and ultimately would recover the energy-neutral state. This whole process would be choreographed according to the principle of least action, which corresponds to an intelligent response. Response reformulates the stable, standing-wave state of the system. Energy imbalances would equal the emotional states of mammals and birds. Propagation of stimulus is a series of activation that strengthens connections between units; the energy need is reduced in previously activated units. Subsequent activation channels the signal according to the principle of least action, leading to a segregated modular structure.

Current quantum computers need to be carefully insulated from environmental interaction due to sensitivity to noise, i.e., interference. However, the brain is a temporal quantum system, which interacts across temporal coordinates (see: Consciousness, a Cosmic Phenomenon). Temporal quantum systems, such as the brain, are insulated by the temporal rhythm of neural activation. Energy imbalance manifests as emotions. Hence, emotions are unstable and move the system towards equilibrium; the exact neuronal activation path is the function of both the original stimulus and past behavior. This way the cortical brain, regulated by its energy states, formulates an intelligent response. Read the whole article Deli, E., (2017). Consciousness inspired AI system. AISB Quarterly. (145) 6-11.




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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Cognitive phenomena show quantum, particle-like features





Animals actively enhance their access to information – thus chances of survival - via the sensory system. Because the sensory organs are information grabbing machines, interaction through sensory stimulus corresponds to energy-information exchange. Seeing further, smelling keener enables animals to gather nutrients (i.e., expanding time) and avoid physical dangers (i.e., time compression), a virtual time machine, which is analog to the relativity of time in general relativity.

The subtle regulation of the path, rhythm, and extent of brain frequencies turn the brain into a complex, yet ingenious system. However, the brain is much more than a finely-regulated circuit board. Electric flows generate associations, meaning, and memory in ways reminiscent of quantum networks. Quantum theory became a mainstream, accepted scientific idea for modeling mental phenomena, and the mind’s quantum-like behavior is exploited in fields as diverse as search-engine optimization, psychology, economy, and sociology – in some cases for nearly a century. More than 70 recent national surveys, which examined the order effect of successive attitude questions, found quantum probability theory an impeccable predictor of human judgment. In quantum systems outcome is highly dependent on the context of measurement and likewise, almost all cognitive processes, such as memory, decisions, and perception, have contextual nature. Therefore quantum probability theory, which was invented to explain noncommutativity of measurements in physics, provides simple and surprisingly accurate predictive power in studying order effects in social and behavioral science.

In the brain, the appropriate temporal order of the cortex neuronal activation pattern triggers corresponding memories or experience, and forms a „temporal horizon.” Reminiscent of the observer effect in quantum mechanics, the quantum-like time-evolution of the brain maintains the unity and permanence of the mind. Measurement (interaction) actively changes the particle being measured, and in the brain, it corresponds to cognitive change. The mental world is sectioned into a steady, step-wise progression of perception or learning, such as the empowering moment of riding a bike for the first time. This is the same for recognition, getting a joke or meeting a friend. There is a moment of inspiration (loss, shame or fear) when a new balance is formed, and understanding clicks. In line with this observation, it has been suggested that conscious awareness necessarily demands mental content being held “fixed,” “frozen” within a discrete but continuous progressive present moment that stands for a phenomenal unity. Therefore, instead of the spatial relationships of the material world, conscious changes which are embedded into the physical reality and its laws, happen over time. This occurs, because spatial relationships, encoded in sensory stimulus, are translated into temporal rhythms, an orthogonal organization, by the place cells of the hippocampus.

The brain’s gradually improving responses to stimuli molded the brain into the structural, organizational mirror of physical systems. Therefore, social interaction engenders particle-like features and quantum characters, such as uncertainty, hysteresis, and territorial needs.

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