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Components of an Intelligent Machine

Jul
12

Show Length: 10:35
A Stored Purpose system is based upon a native intelligence derived from two architectures, the existence model, called Ema and the construction model, called Mica. Those two architectural models, when superimposed, make complex intelligent entities possible.
The two designs that make Stored Purpose intelligent machines possible are the:
  • Existence Model Architecture (Ema) - Ema defines a fundamental logical model of intelligent existence and can be used to create complete “single cell” intelligent entities. Each cell, or Ema entity is an atomic intelligence unit, possessing the minimum requirements for intelligence.
  • Multi-level Intelligent Cellular Architecture (Mica) - Mica defines physical construction for complex Stored Purpose entities. It combines multiple Ema cells, as a single cluster or as multiple clusters, to make systems of varying complexity.
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A Better Planet - Can studying Stored Purpose machine intelligence help?

Jul
12

Show Length: 9:05
The new science of Machine Intelligence gives us an opportunity to develop and thus learn rules that can enable thousands of intelligent agent entities to execute purpose, thrive and coexist within a system. Those same rules might help benefit us as we learn to work with nature, helping us ultimately become better stewards of our land.

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Truth and Context Part 2 of 3 - When Computers Understand Us

Jul
12

Show Length: 5:41
We had four main goals for the new computer: 1. Understand people and organizations well enough to anticipate their needs and obligations, 2. Suggest and offer broad information and automation services that follow their rules, 3. Orchestrate harmonious activity across many fixed and mobile devices of a business, hospital, school or home, and 4. Compute efficient means for multiple agents to meet goals that consider nuanced responsibilities, resources and constraints.
We came to realize that the ability to determine the right and wrong states at a time, place and circumstance was a first step towards computable Understanding, enabling man made devices to know us, and anticipate our needs. We had to expand a science to develop a way to map time, place and circumstance without ambiguity.
Think about the gadgets you carry - they have gps, so they know where you are, they have technologies like bluetooth, that detect which objects you are near, they receive and send all your verbal and written communications. With Stored Purpose computing, we now know how to give the man made devices collecting all that information a purpose to care about you, and your Purpose. As the computer takes all this input and navigates Context with you, it will constantly predict ahead about what you care about and what you might need. If it can help, it will, because that will be its Purpose.
We think having man made agents, that understand you, can work with you when making cake, building motorcycles, writing a report, or managing conference rooms is the future of technology. We also think the science that enables a man made device to understand a person, might help people, better understand people and nature.
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Truth and Context Part 1 of 3 - Intro to Context

Jun
24

Show Length: 4:22
What is Truth? What is Context?
When man first attempted “Artificial” Intelligence, programs were written to learn facts. A “fact” was written as: male sibling of parent is an uncle. The idea was that a computer could be taught to understand that if your father John has a brother Paul, then Paul is your Uncle. None of these programs ever enabled a computer to understand anything. But what is a fact, really? “Father’s brother is your uncle” is not a computable fact. How can that be? Know any Catholics? To make a Fact computable, it must stay true even in changing circumstances. So we developed a way to link truth to all points of a cycle of constant contextual variation ... a cycle that defines the existence of a computation that may be the lifespan of an intelligent entity ... a way to define the true meaning of a complex symbol like Father, which in context may mean Dad, Priest, or even God ... making it possible for an Intelligence to understand intended meaning, whenever and wherever a symbol is used.
We call the loci of multi-dimensional symbols that define an Identity, Context Space and its information store, Contextual Fabric. Brother -- (Man -- Parent) is a good point in Context Space to store a Form for “Uncle”. Thus far, we have only discovered one way to design an intelligent entity ... that is to store all parts of Identity ... Symbols, Goals, and Purpose in a Contextual Fabric ... using Purpose hypergraphs. After compiling the first Contextual Fabric, we found we weren’t the first unable to find a better way than the hypergraph ...
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wJones Intro - Intelligent Computer

Jun
21

Show Length: 3:01
What is wJones? What is Stored Purpose computing?
Back in 1950, Alan Turing, the inventor of computer program logic, predicted that by the year 2000, people would build intelligent machines … computers able to think like people. Before machines could be made intelligent, much invention was required ... a General Intelligence Algorithm to store and process understanding. Metacomputer technology to extend the outcomes of intelligent thought to physical devices. Platonic Forms to define Identity, Purpose and Goals for multi-agent systems. These inventions and more, are the work of wJones. We call the science of our work Stored Purpose computing. We develop and promote Stored Purpose, advising companies and governments considering development and regulation of next generation machines, enterprise operating systems, infrastructure, and biotechnology solutions. We think Stored Purpose computing opens a door to a world of pure imagination. Here, we share what we see behind that door.
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What is Stored Purpose? Part 4 of 4 - Agent Mobility to Governance

May
28

Show Length: 10:57
In this series of four (4) ten minute (10 min) podcasts, we introduce machine intelligence and many topics related to the Intelligent Computer. This series will teach you to speak Stored Purpose in forty minutes or less.

Stored purpose is an expansive framework, the first top down redesign of business and consumer technology since the stored program architecture was introduced in 1943. Although radical in its use of an Existence Model as its basis, stored purpose is practical in its approach of making new algorithms compatible with existing commercial hardware. This podcast will highlight several applications in machine science, enterprise technology, infrastructure and life science.
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What is Stored Purpose? Part 3 of 4 - Curtailment Logic to User Interface

May
28

Show Length: 9:25
In this series of four (4) ten minute (10 min) podcasts, we introduce machine intelligence and many topics related to the Intelligent Computer. This series will teach you to speak Stored Purpose in forty minutes or less.

Stored purpose is an expansive framework, the first top down redesign of business and consumer technology since the stored program architecture was introduced in 1943. Although radical in its use of an Existence Model as its basis, stored purpose is practical in its approach of making new algorithms compatible with existing commercial hardware. This podcast will highlight several applications in machine science, enterprise technology, infrastructure and life science.
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What is Stored Purpose? Part 2 of 4 - Goal Forms as Music Notation to Agent Identity

May
28

Show Length: 9:34
In this series of four (4) ten minute (10 min) podcasts, we introduce machine intelligence and many topics related to the Intelligent Computer. This series will teach you to speak Stored Purpose in forty minutes or less.

Stored purpose is an expansive framework, the first top down redesign of business and consumer technology since the stored program architecture was introduced in 1943. Although radical in its use of an Existence Model as its basis, stored purpose is practical in its approach of making new algorithms compatible with existing commercial hardware. This podcast will highlight several applications in machine science, enterprise technology, infrastructure and life science.
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What is Stored Purpose? Part 1 of 4 - Stored Purpose to Symbolic Storage

May
28

Show Length: 9:53
In this series of four (4) ten minute (10 min) podcasts, we introduce machine intelligence and many topics related to the Intelligent Computer. This series will teach you to speak Stored Purpose in forty minutes or less.

Stored purpose is an expansive framework, the first top down redesign of business and consumer technology since the stored program architecture was introduced in 1943. Although radical in its use of an Existence Model as its basis, stored purpose is practical in its approach of making new algorithms compatible with existing commercial hardware. This podcast will highlight several applications in machine science, enterprise technology, infrastructure and life science.
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