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conundrum
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Sat May 31, 2014 8:19 am   



Hi all.

I still say that Bitcoin (BTc) is actually a classified experiment into AI using all those parallel processors as a primitive-but-effective neural net.

The inventor has stayed silent since 2011, because he is aware of this and is actually working undercover for the US military who are in the process of using the data thus gained to build a 2nd gen AI.
ie machines designing machines.

Would make sense, the algorithm to actually decide which BTc is valid is secret but apparently "non random and post quantum" which suggests an AI might be responsible.
Using all those surplus graphics cards as well as custom chips as a heuristic algorithm based NN would make sense as unbeknown to the user quantum interactions within the chips themselves could be encoded in the output and later reassembled.

It turns out that this theory might be valid as recent work with chips that "design themselves" has let to BTc processors (custom ASICs) an order of magnitude faster than the previous ones.
Also most newer memory cards use the same algorithm to optimize storage space, with "bad" areas normally not used but could be actually part of a quantum neural net in every mobile phone and digital camera.

Sound feasible?

conundrum
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Sat May 31, 2014 8:39 am   



On Saturday, May 31, 2014 7:19:37 AM UTC+1, conundrum wrote:
Quote:
Hi all.



I still say that Bitcoin (BTc) is actually a classified experiment into AI using all those parallel processors as a primitive-but-effective neural net.



The inventor has stayed silent since 2011, because he is aware of this and is actually working undercover for the US military who are in the process of using the data thus gained to build a 2nd gen AI.

ie machines designing machines.



Would make sense, the algorithm to actually decide which BTc is valid is secret but apparently "non random and post quantum" which suggests an AI might be responsible.

Using all those surplus graphics cards as well as custom chips as a heuristic algorithm based NN would make sense as unbeknown to the user quantum interactions within the chips themselves could be encoded in the output and later reassembled.



It turns out that this theory might be valid as recent work with chips that "design themselves" has let to BTc processors (custom ASICs) an order of magnitude faster than the previous ones.

Also most newer memory cards use the same algorithm to optimize storage space, with "bad" areas normally not used but could be actually part of a quantum neural net in every mobile phone and digital camera.



Sound feasible?


Probably should also mention that recent work with high power magnets suggests that relatively simple systems can behave non classically IF the geometry is small enough.
Turns out that a 64GB or 128GB microSD card can be used but the temperature range and field combinations are very finicky. +/- 0.1 Celsius at -40C and 3-3.1 T for the cards being tested.

Jasen Betts
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Sat May 31, 2014 12:50 pm   



On 2014-05-31, conundrum <testing_h_at_yahoo.com> wrote:
Quote:
Hi all.

I still say that Bitcoin (BTc) is actually a classified experiment into AI using all those parallel processors as a primitive-but-effective neural net.

The inventor has stayed silent since 2011, because he is aware of this and is actually working undercover for the US military who are in the process of using the data thus gained to build a 2nd gen AI.
ie machines designing machines.

Would make sense, the algorithm to actually decide which BTc is valid is secret but apparently "non random and post quantum" which suggests an AI might be responsible.
Using all those surplus graphics cards as well as custom chips as a heuristic algorithm based NN would make sense as unbeknown to the user quantum interactions within the chips themselves could be encoded in the output and later reassembled.

It turns out that this theory might be valid as recent work with chips that "design themselves" has let to BTc processors (custom ASICs) an order of magnitude faster than the previous ones.
Also most newer memory cards use the same algorithm to optimize storage space, with "bad" areas normally not used but could be actually part of a quantum neural net in every mobile phone and digital camera.

Sound feasible?


not at all,

I'm fairly sure the bitcoin netowrk is not turing complete most of the
data flows outwards and the inwards bitrate is too low to be of any use.


It may be a ploy to encourage development of quantum computing. A quantum
hash processor would kick butt bigtime mining bitcoin, it may even
allow forging transactions.


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Don Bruder
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Sun Jun 01, 2014 9:41 am   



In article <22bdfab0-6b50-4d2b-9e03-becc53daca81_at_googlegroups.com>,
conundrum <testing_h_at_yahoo.com> wrote:

Quote:
Hi all.

I still say that Bitcoin (BTc) is actually a classified experiment into AI
using all those parallel processors as a primitive-but-effective neural net.

The inventor has stayed silent since 2011, because he is aware of this and is
actually working undercover for the US military who are in the process of
using the data thus gained to build a 2nd gen AI.
ie machines designing machines.

Would make sense, the algorithm to actually decide which BTc is valid is
secret but apparently "non random and post quantum"


Neither secret (source code is available - it's a *RELATIVELY* simple
cryptographic algorithm not entirely unlike those used in programs such
as PGP/GPG) nor random (Although the output of the algorithm *LOOKS*
random to most people) nor even quantum, never mind "post quantum",
whatever that phrase is supposed to mean.

Quote:

Sound feasible?


In a word, no. Next time, wear the tinfoil hat with the shiny side out.

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