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Stored Purpose Computer

Stored Purpose Computer
Citation

Warren Jones, Lana Rubalsky (2010) "Stored Purpose Computer", wJones Research, April 20, 2010

Hypothesis

Stored Purpose
A computer apparatus could be constructed to learn and understand the goals, resources and responsibilities of one or more persons or organizations, and enabled to act, to provide services in support of those goals.

Intelligence could be described objectively, and thus defined algorithmically, such that it could be implemented as processes within a mechanical computer.

A computer could be segmented into multiple logical intelligent entities, each able to provide services to one or more persons or organizations. Each entity could be composed of:
  • Identity composed of Purpose, Knowledge and Technology,
  • A logical container, able to instantiate Identity by executing the processes of the intelligence algorithm.
A computer could be redefined as a metacomputer comprising one or more autonomous intelligent entities and spanning one or more logical and physical devices such as personal computers and communicators, sensors, media and machine controllers, and other technologies that enable a computer to act and serve.

A computer could connect various elements of the external world by use of polymorphic entity interfaces that enable communications and automation between people, agents, symbolic media, factory machines, physical plants, media displays, physical persona, personal communicators, initiated and controlled by the former two

Abstract

A machine apparatus and methods for creating and hosting intelligent agents able to perform automation services, methods for adding intelligence to commercial electronics and other elements of invention comprising:
  • Methods to construct a logical mind comprising identity and processing capacity
  • Methods for processing the general intelligence algorithm on commercial electronics
  • Methods for constructing identity comprising purpose, knowledge and technology
  • Methods for constructing a metacomputer composed of hosts and instruments able to sense symbolic meaning and propagate symbolic intent
  • Methods for constructing an agent comprised of a logical mind and metacomputer compute capacity
  • Methods for enabling an agent to “roam” the capabilities of a network, to register its knowledge with the network, to be granted access to the technologies of a network
  • Methods for coordinating, exchanging and optimizing action, knowledge, technologies and meaning across a metacomputer of diverse agents, instruments, resources, responsibilities and human clients.

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