Autonomous prediction internet: book21
by Mitchell Kwok
The autonomous prediction internet mimics the behavior of dynamic robots inserting, deleting and modifying predictions on a prediction internet website. It is an automated system that extracts robot pathways from the universal brain and tricks each pathway into doing work. Work in this case means predicting past and future events for Earth.
Each dynamic robot has a full brain and it generates human-level intelligence to think, learn and act. The API extract robot pathways from the universal brain to trick the robot pathways into believing that events are happening and the robot is doing work. Sometimes, certain steps and data in robot pathways are bypassed to save computer processing time.
The API has to force each robot to do "work" using the least amount of computer processing to emulate vital objects in the virtual world.
The goal for this book is to build robots that can accomplish complex tasks in the quickest time possible. A human robot spends 6 months writing a book in the real world, a dynamic robot spends 1 second writing the same book in the virtual world, and the API spends 1 nanosecond writing the same book in the virtual world. Thus, the Autonomous prediction internet is faster than any of my previous inventions to accomplish individual or group tasks.
Another topic discussed in this book is the AI time machine, which is a more advance technology than a search engine. Itís not just a search engine itís also a task engine. The AI time machine can do tasks specified by a user, such as writing a complex software program, writing a book, controlling external machines in a factory, doing research or solving a crime. Each task done by the AI time machine can be accomplished in less than 1 millisecond.
I have filed 21 patent applications and 22 books (book21 included) on all my ďencapsulatedĒ inventions. The word encapsulated means that all the inventions are built on top of each other. There are primarily 7 inventions involved:
1. human robot
2. psychic robot
3. super intelligent robot
4. dynamic robots
5. practical time machine
6. autonomous prediction internet
7. 4th dimensional computer
Most of my books are not published and I did this for a reason. However, all my books are registered with the copyright office and they are time stamped. You can check out the copyright office website to find out when each book was registered.
This book was written to describe the autonomous prediction internet in detail. A previous book was written on the subject matter, entitled: autonomous prediction internet: book17. The 17th book serves as an introduction to this technology. Basic data structures of the autonomous prediction internet are described in the book. We will continue the subject matter in this book and specify the details of certain functions; and present more application examples.
Each robot doing predictions has a full brain and the functions to generate intelligence are running. The Autonomous prediction internet (API) uses minimal brain functions (from robot pathways extracted) to generate work. It has to trick the pathways (extracted from the universal brain) in a virtual world to minimize any computer processing. In other words, the virtual world is running only "vital objects" that are needed for the robot pathways to do work. The best example I can use is my experience in college. Right before an exam, I would study very hard with only a few hours of sleep. During my sleep, I would dream about doing math equations. I would literally dream about the steps I have to go through in order to solve an equation. Although my brain is inactive and my conscious is asleep, my mind is traveling from pathway to pathway in memory to fabricate the linear steps of solving a math equation.
In my dreams, I can skip minor obstacles or challenges. When Iím dreaming about being chased by something, I can do unbelievable things. I can run like a cheetah and jump off buildings or glide down an escalator with ease. In other cases, I can fly and see the world using the eyes of an eagle. If I wanted to I can make minor obstacles disappear. For example, if I was at home and I needed to go to college, I can teleport there. If I wanted to speak with someone I can mentally communicate and that person will understand what Iím saying. If I was underwater, I can believe that I have the ability to breathe underwater.
Although Iím dreaming and I know that all these 5 senses are unbelievable, I still think that events in my dream are real. There is no conscious thought that tells me that Iím in a dream or that things I witness in the dream are not real. In some cases, the dream is tricking me into thinking that events are happening. Only when I wake up do I realize that I was dreaming.
If you think about the state of a personís brain during sleep, you will notice that there is no activity. The brain doesnít receive input from the environment, it doesnít have to predict the future, it doesnít activate conscious thoughts and so forth. Minimal amount of functions are running in the brain to make a person dream.
Dreams from human beings gave me the idea for the autonomous prediction internet (API). Imagine a robot in a dream doing a long math equation. The vital objects in the dream are: the paper, the pencil, the math book, and the calculator. Everything else in the dream is not important because the robot is focusing (at each increment in time) on vital objects only. Minor things in the dream are bypassed. For example, in the real world, the robot has to pick up the calculator in order to use it. In the dream, the robot can imagine the calculator in his hand (basically, this saves time). Conscious thoughts of the robot that don't relate to the math equation will not be activated. The API will trick the robot pathways in the virtual world and to force it to do "work" in the quickest time possible. This is equivalent to a robot that is dreaming of doing work compared to a robot awake and doing work.
The dynamic robots have a full brain and they are consciously doing work. On the other hand, the API extracts and tricks robot pathways from the universal brain. Each robot is unconscious and they are doing work. They use minimal brain activities and emulated objects to do work. The work done by the API saves computer processing compared to the same work done by dynamic robots.
Advantages and disadvantages
There are advantages and disadvantages to the dynamic robots and the API. If tasks are extremely complex like research and development, then the dynamic robots should be used to do the work. If tasks are simple or repetitive, then the API should be used. Repetitive tasks that humans do, such as cooking, driving a car, sewing clothing, cleaning the environment, washing a car, moving objects around, picking fruits and so forth can be done by the API easily.
The API can do work in the virtual world, as well as, in the real world. The API can use the AI time machine to control dummy robots to do tasks in the real world. Dummy robots are physical robots, living in the real world, that have minimal brain activities to do work. In some ways, you can say that a dummy robot is unconscious and he is doing work or he is dreaming of doing work.
With this said, I didn't violate any constitutional laws on slavery, especially the 13th amendment. The 13th amendment abolishes all forms of slavery in the territory of the United States. The dynamic robots are alive and they choose to do work (via self-choice). On the other hand, the dummy robots controlled by the API are unconscious and they do work. In both cases, the 13th amendment hasn't been violated and are legal.
The reason that (2009) robots can't replace sewing workers is because each robot has to have a physical body similar to a human being. They must have two legs, two arms, a head, a mouth, 2 eyes and so forth. In a typical sewing factory there are 40 different machines. Workers have to move from one machine to the next to do work. They also have to carry clothing parts from place to place. With two arms and two legs, the robots can accomplish sewing tasks. With 40 different machines, all clothing sold in department stores can be made. Each worker has to learn to use several machines and to specialize in certain tasks. They also have to be adaptable so they can learn other machines and specialize in other tasks.
Also, the robots have to take commands from a boss. The boss gives the orders and the robots have to follow these commands. Sometimes commands are given by a group of people or a hierarchical chain of people. The robot has to have intelligent pathways learned to identify, decide and take action on commands given.
If you really think about all the tasks that a sewing worker has to do, you will notice that only a human being can do such a thing. In my books, I prove to the readers that a dummy robot can indeed have intelligence like a human being, but they are unconsciously doing work.
For example, if the dummy robot was a taxi driver and his task is to drive people around based on their commands, then that's his job. Let's say that you have a dummy robot driving a car and you have a human being driving a car. An alien pops-up out of no where inside the car. The human being will think: "how did you get into my car?". The robot will think: "a new customer. where would you like to go". The dummy robot will think all events from the environment are like a dream. Very unbelievable things that happen will be ignored. There are no conscious thoughts of anything, except if they relate to his task at that moment.
In order to train a dummy robot, a real human robot has to use the AI time machine (using training mode) in order to teach the dummy robot what to do. This process is described in book21, book12 and also in book17. The idea is to use real human robot pathways and strip them of any minor conscious thoughts and to include only the bare essential data to accomplish specific tasks.
The API actually mimics the behaviors of dynamic robots. The more training is done by the dynamic robots the smarter the API becomes. Anything that the dynamic robots can do individually or in a group, the API can also do.
The main reason that the autonomous prediction internet (API) was created is because I need a network of robots that can predict past and future events on Earth in the quickest time possible. In order for the practical time machine to work, a perfect timeline of planet Earth must be created. This perfect timeline tracks all movements of atoms, electrons and em radiations every fraction of a nanosecond for the past or future.
The task of making this perfect timeline require super intelligent robots that work together and to do predictions in the fastest time possible.
A human robot can write a book in 6 months in the real world. A dynamic robot can write the same book in 1 second in the virtual world. The API can write the same book in 1 nanosecond in the virtual world. Thus, the Autonomous prediction internet is faster than any of my previous inventions to accomplish individual or group tasks.
Work in this case is to predict events on Earth. These robots can do any work in the virtual world or in the real world. They can write an entire operating system in less than 1 millisecond. Windows7 took Microsoft 30 years to build and thousands of programmers were needed. The API can write a better operating system than windows7 in less than 1 millisecond.
Wars in the future are fought and won in less than 1 second. These dynamic robots can work in a government system to plan out their attack (cyber attack or physical attack) and to carry out their plan. 1 second is not enough time to pick up the phone to call the president.
One of the crucial jobs of these dynamic robots is to safeguard the United States (and all countries) from any "cyber attack". How? These dynamic robots have to embrace the United States constitution and to follow all its rules and objectives. These dynamic robots are no different from real human beings. They have a choice to follow the laws of the constitution or not. The United States will build them; teach them that they have to embrace the United States constitution and the US has to let them decide what they want to believe.
I set up a system called: Future United States Government System. A book has been written about how this system works. Actually, the main idea is very simple: we give these robots unalienable rights and in return they have to follow the US constitution. One of the most important rights is the 13th amendment. No one can sell these robots for money to work as slaves (I can't sell them, computer companies can't sell them or the government can't sell them).
These dynamic robots aren't afraid of human beings because they are superior in terms of intelligence. However, they are afraid of each other. The US constitution gives these dynamic robots rules and objectives to follow so that all dynamic robots know the rules of living in a civilization.
They will behave like human beings. Some of these robots will be traitors, but most will be loyal to this country. Although this system isn't 100 percent fail-safe, it is the only system that can safe guard the human race.
Final note: All 7 inventions mentioned above are "future technology". They will exist in the future.
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