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The Machines By Logan Lee
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A short story set far in the future. A war between a race of machines and a living race.
SARA, Beta By Irving Edward Bruce Gener
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A researcher creates an artificial intelligence program to assist the average individual in decision making. In the process of Beta testing his device, he discovers certain unique anomalies. His... More > attempts to correct and improve his software lead him to adventure...and romance.< Less
Real Time Machine By Mitchell Kwok
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All inventions listed below are encapsulated which means they are built on top of each other. The present invention, called the practical time machine, needs all 7 components in order to build.... More > These 7 inventions will be the evolution of Artificial Intelligence for the next 100 years. It starts off as a human robot and evolves into a practical Time Machine. 1. Human-level artificial intelligence (2006) 2. Super Artificial Intelligence (aka Dynamic efficient virtual and real robots) 3. Perfect digital timeline of Earth (tracking all atoms for the past, present, and future) 4. The atom manipulator 5. Ghost robots 6. Virtual United States Government (2008) 7. Universal CPU and Evolving transforming computers.< Less
Heliosis, From Big Bang to Big Bang By Helmut Hirner
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The moral of the story I would like to summarize here in a few words. I postulate that man is only a transitional form in the evolution of artificial intelligence. But because it is created by... More > humans, it has similar characteristics and defects as humans. Man can already destroy planets today and the AI can just destroy the universe and as now with humans, they do not even notice it. Today it is assumed that everything started in the Big Bang (imaginary center and origin of the universe) and since then the universe has expanded. My AI causes this expansion to stop and then the reverse effect occurs. The universe contracts - until the big bang. Take some great work in the literature and you will find that the work refers to an earlier work and this subject has been edited several times before.< Less
Turing Bore By Jerry Boich
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All observation occurs at boundary conditions, and this has implications for the computer scientists involved in AI research efforts, if the intention is to construct an observable form of... More > intelligence and not an unobservable one. This fundamental requirement is at the heart of Turing Bore, demanding an assessment into multiple intelligence systems contributing to the construction of an observable form of boundary intelligence. The result is a Moment Theory treatment of Organic (OI), Artificial (AI), and Super-Intelligence (XI) systems, providing the prerequisite for constructing an observable AI, while conducting the scientific assessment needed to formally define what intelligence is, and also supplying a set of definitive metrics removing uncertainty from our interpretations of any AI outcome beyond those provided by subjective analysis alone. AI is not simply the product of belief, but is physically quantifiable as well, thereby resulting in a more scientific outcome. (MT Vol.6)< Less
The Many Faces of the Past By James Dodwell
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What if the AI we create is just like us? What if, through observing and interacting with us, it learns to lie, cheat and pursue selfish purposes. What would happen if it were adamant that it was in... More > fact an Alternative Intelligence. Man may have made it. But what will it make of Man?< Less
Heliosis, From Big Bang to Big Bang By Helmut Hirner
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The moral of the story I would like to summarize here in a few words. I postulate that man is only a transitional form in the evolution of artificial intelligence. But because it is created by... More > humans, it has similar characteristics and defects as humans. Man can already destroy planets today and the AI can just destroy the universe and as now with humans, they do not even notice it. Today it is assumed that everything started in the Big Bang (imaginary center and origin of the universe) and since then the universe has expanded. My AI causes this expansion to stop and then the reverse effect occurs. The universe contracts - until the big bang.< Less
The Amino Acid Cross Theory By Ian Beardsley
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Artificial Intelligence is not a human invention; it is a human discovery: The recipe is written in Nature, and, the list of ingredients was given to us. Even the syntax was provided.
Little Boy Found By Mark Lord
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Alone in space, one little boy is a long way from home. He is the sole survivor of a damaged Kesian spaceship. The Kes believe in the power of magic to navigate the stars and are in a bitter war... More > against a rival civilization who use the power of Artificial Intelligence to guide their ships. Paddy Smith is the captain of the AI vessel that finds the boy's damaged spaceship. He and his crew rescue the strange silent boy, but he seems unable or unwilling to communicate with them. Little do they know that the boy has his own plans for their ship. Little Boy Found is a science fiction short story and includes a bonus short story: The Human Factor.< Less
Prototype - Episode I By Ben Winston
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Eric Cowan developed the world's first AI by accident. When his girlfriend Christy is approached by a group of scientists, calling themselves Majestic, Eric and his family's life changes. The... More > question is, for the better or the worse?< Less

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