Artificial Intelligence And Intuition

Written by Abraham Thomas

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Instant pattern recognition

IA was proved in practice. It had powered Expert Systems acting withrepparttar 148095 speed of a simple recalculation on a spreadsheet, to recognize a disease, identify a case law or diagnoserepparttar 148096 problems of a complex machine. It was instant, holistic, and logical. If several parallel answers could be presented, as inrepparttar 148097 multiple parameters of a power plant, recognition was instant. Forrepparttar 148098 mind, where millions of parameters were simultaneously presented, real time pattern recognition was practical. And elimination wasrepparttar 148099 key.

Elimination = Switching off

Elimination was switching off - inhibition. Nerve cells were known to extensively inhibitrepparttar 148100 activities of other cells to highlight context. With access to millions of sensory inputs,repparttar 148101 nervous system instantly inhibited eliminated trillions of combinations to zero in onrepparttar 148102 right pattern. The process stoutly used "No" answers. If a patient did not have pain, thousands of possible diseases could be ignored. If a patient could just walk intorepparttar 148103 surgery, a doctor could overlook a wide range of illnesses. But, how could this process of elimination be applied to nerve cells? Where couldrepparttar 148104 wealth of knowledge be stored?

Combinatorial coding

The mind received kaleidoscopic combinations of millions of sensations. Of these, smells were reported to be recognized through a combinatorial coding process, where nerve cells recognized combinations. If a nerve cell had dendritic inputs, identified as A, B, C and so on to Z, it could then fire, when it received inputs at ABC, or DEF. It recognized those combinations. The cell could identify ABC and not ABD. It would be inhibited for ABD. This recognition process was recently reported by science for olfactory neurons. Inrepparttar 148105 experiment scientists reported that even slight changes in chemical structure activated different combinations of receptors. Thus, octanol smelled like oranges, butrepparttar 148106 similar compound octanoic acid smelled like sweat. A Nobel Prize acknowledged that discovery in 2004.

Galactic nerve cell memories

Combinatorial codes were extensively used by nature. The four "letters" inrepparttar 148107 genetic code A, C, G and T were used in combinations forrepparttar 148108 creation of a nearly infinite number of genetic sequences. IA discussesrepparttar 148109 deeper implications of this coding discovery. Animals could differentiate between millions of smells. Dogs could quickly sniff a few footprints of a person and determine accurately which wayrepparttar 148110 person was walking. The animal's nose could detectrepparttar 148111 relative odour strength difference between footprints only a few feet apart, to determinerepparttar 148112 direction of a trail. Smell was identified through remembered combinations. If a nerve cell had just 26 inputs from A to Z, it could receive millions of possible combinations of inputs. The average neuron had thousands of inputs. For IA, millions of nerve cells could giverepparttar 148113 mind galactic memories for combinations, enabling it to recognize subtle patterns inrepparttar 148114 environment. Each cell could be a single member of a database, eliminating itself (becoming inhibited) for unrecognized combinations of inputs.

Eliminationrepparttar 148115 key

Elimination wasrepparttar 148116 special key, which evaluated vast combinatorial memories. Medical texts reported thatrepparttar 148117 mind had a hierarchy of intelligences, which performed dedicated tasks. For example, there was an association region, which recognized a pair of scissors usingrepparttar 148118 context of its feel. If you injured this region, you could still feelrepparttar 148119 scissors with your eyes closed, but you would not recognize it as scissors. You still feltrepparttar 148120 context, but you would not recognizerepparttar 148121 object. So, intuition could enable nerve cells in association regions to use perception to recognize objects. Medical research reported many such recognition regions.

Serial processing

A pattern recognition algorithm, intuition enabledrepparttar 148122 finite intelligences inrepparttar 148123 minds of living things to respond holistically withinrepparttar 148124 20 millisecond time span. These intelligences acted serially. The first intelligence convertedrepparttar 148125 kaleidoscopic combinations of sensory perceptions fromrepparttar 148126 environment into nerve impulses. The second intelligence recognized these impulses as objects and events. The third intelligence translatedrepparttar 148127 recognized events into feelings. A fourth translated feelings into intelligent drives. Fear triggered an escape drive. A deer bounded away. A bird took flight. A fish swam off. Whilerepparttar 148128 activities of running, flying and swimming differed, they achievedrepparttar 148129 same objective of escaping. Inherited nerve cell memories powered those drives in context.

The mind seamless pattern recognition

Half a second for a 100 billion nerve cells to use context to eliminate irrelevance and deliver motor output. The time betweenrepparttar 148130 shadow andrepparttar 148131 scream. So, from input to output,repparttar 148132 mind was a seamless pattern recognition machine, powered byrepparttar 148133 key secret of intuition contextual elimination, from massive acquired and inherited combinatorial memories in nerve cells.

Abraham Thomas is the author of The Intuitive Algorithm, a book, which suggests that intuition is a pattern recognition algorithm. The ebook version is available at The book may be purchased only in India. The website, provides a free movie and a walk through to explain the ideas.

Fair Sentences

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