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Bi-Sapient Structures for Intelligent Control

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The control of autonomous systems requires provision of at least a synthetic form of intelligence or sapience. While descriptions of these are common, there is no current model which relates their definitions to the physical structure of an information-processing system. Sapience is a direct result of hierarchical structure. In this chapter we describe the self consistent general model of a birational hierarchy, and associate data, information, understanding, sapience and wisdom with aspects of its constitution. In a birational hierarchy there are two sapiences, one associated with each hyperscalar correlation, and their interactions support the most general information processing relationship - wisdom. One and the same general model applies both to material structure and information-processing structure: the brain is the unique example of material-structural and information-processing-structural correspondence. We attribute the stabilization of dynamic self-observation to anticipative stasis neglect, and propose that neuron mirroring provides a useful metaphor for all of the brain s information-processing, including the bi-sapient interactions which generate auto-empathy. We conclude that hyperscalar bi-sapience is responsible for Metzinger s -illusory self-, for Theory of Self, presence transfer, and Theory of Mind, and indicate how multiscalar access from within hyperscale provides a massive advantage in promoting survival.
Boek: Toward Artificial Sapience
Series: Toward Artificial Sapience Principles and Methods for Wise Systems
Jaar van publicatie:2008
Trefwoorden:sapience, wisdom
  • Scopus Id: 84889979459