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What is Stored Purpose?


Warren Jones, Lana Rubalsky (2010) "What is Stored Purpose?", wJones Research, April 23, 2010
Stored Purpose is a system of patent pending technologies designed between 2006 and 2010 that enable the processes of intelligence to run on commercially available electronics, e.g. an intelligent computer.

The principle outcomes of the Stored Purpose intelligent computer development project

  1. A system could be constructed that can sustain intelligent existence, that can understand the goals, resources and responsibilities of one or more persons or organizations, and can act, to provide services in support of those goals.
  2. Intelligence could be described objectively, and thus designed algorithmically, such that it could be implemented as an agent process within a man-made system.
  3. Each agent entity could be defined by an Identity comprised of Forms that define and constrain its Purpose, Knowledge and available Technology and instantiated by a facility, able to make that Identity exist by propagating the Forms of the Identity to Plan and linking Plan with Technology such that the agent can align the measured states of Reality with Identity.
  4. A system’s Purpose could be segmented by role to contain multiple logical intelligent agent entities, each with distinct Purpose able to cooperatively provide services to one or more parts of the system, each able to utilize technologies available to the system.
  5. Commercial computer electronics could be used to construct a metacomputer, able to sustain one or more autonomous intelligent entities and able to span any number of compatible logical and physical sensor, controller, communication and display media instruments.

Stored Purpose Computer

Related Documents: Stored Purpose | Stored Purpose Computer Patent

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