Thursday, August 12, 2010

iBike - Apples liquid future

A patent was published on August 5, 2010 by the US Patent & Trademark Office from Apple revealing plans for a new Smart Bike System.

iBike - Apples liquid future

A patent was published on August 5, 2010 by the US Patent & Trademark Office from Apple revealing plans for a new Smart Bike System.

Time and Automatic Intelligence (AI)

As our technology steps closer to the ultimate goal of Artificial Intelligence, we must continue to think further outside the box, and anticipate the increasing effects of its advancement. We have always been fascinated with time, it’s power so far reaching that we cannot imagine existence without it, yet so intangible that for years even the best theologians have failed to completely define it.

“This thing all things devours:

Birds, beasts, trees, flowers;

Gnaws iron, bites steel;

Grinds hard stones to meal;

Slays king, ruins town

And beats high mountain down.

The answer is TIME.”

Gollum - The Hobbit



Some things stand out, glaring in perspective - and others can only be seen by investigating relative issues. At times it is difficult for my human mind to conceive that all of the essential or base understandings in human nature are prone to change and are often not as solid as they once seemed to be. It seems to me that part of our primitive soul is searching for the constant - something solid to hold onto against the ever-changing surface of life.



Some find solace in religion, some in experiences, some in technology. It is much easier to perceive how religion has affected our existence when compared to technology, but I think this is due mainly to the fact that religion has had a countless millenia headstart on affecting and defining our existence. But now it seems that technology is ready to take the role of dictating what we will believe - including the reason for our existence.



It would be valuable for anyone in the world, to have the ability to stop the world or “slow down time”, this can be done by speeding up the rate at which information and commands travel. This technology would give users extra time to analyze the situation and the actions of everyone and everything around them. It allows extra time to determine the most efficient actions in a pressure situation. This would would be incredibly useful in business, driving your car in traffic, playing games, military combat, sports and life threatening situations. When you are able to slow time down in consciousness, you can use time as the ultimate weapon. Nothing can stop you but you can stop anything.

Current Definitions of Time

  • The continuum in which events occur in succession from the past to the present and on to the future.[1]
  • A one-dimensional quantity[2] used to sequence events, to quantify the durations of events and the intervals between them, and (used together with other quantities such as space) to quantify and measure the motions of objects and other changes.
  • Time is quantified in comparative terms (such as longer, shorter, faster, quicker, slower) or in numerical terms using units (such as seconds, minutes, hours, days).
  • An operational definition of time, wherein one says that observing a certain number of repetitions of one or another standard cyclical event (such as the passage of a free-swinging pendulum) constitutes one standard unit such as the second, is highly useful in the conduct of both advanced experiments and everyday affairs of life. The operational definition leaves aside the question whether there is something called time, apart from the counting activity just mentioned, that flows and that can be measured.

What are the potential effects of Artificial Intelligence on Time?

Hypothesis: Time is relative to the amount of subjective change that one experiences within a given time interval.



With the current development into the world of Artificial Intelligence, it is reasonable to assume that we will reach some form of ‘Automatic Intelligence’ that combined with increasing hardware performance will out power the human brains ability to send and receive commands. In most circumstances, the most informed, well-equipped, and best communicating side wins, currently computers are capable of memory thousands of times the capacity of the brain. What is currently limiting the power can be broken down into two main issues. The user-interface which lacks the intuitive nature of the body, and the automatic intelligence capable of unlocking the full power of technology.



To date, developments of technology have advanced at a increasing rate that matches the rate of communication and information retrieval. These developments have changed governments and universal fundamental beliefs. None of these developments to date contain the power to change the world that Artificial Intelligence does. The Automatic Intelligence referred to in this article is understood as the point at which that computer systems can process commands faster than the human mind. Another description could be the point at which we can access global knowledge faster and more intuitively through computer systems than the brain.



Examples

The proverbial phrase “time is money” teaches us from an early age that earthly value is based on the management of time.

Since 1967, the International System of Measurements bases its unit of time, the second, on the properties of caesium atoms. SI defines the second as 9,192,631,770 cycles of that radiation which corresponds to the transition between two electron spin energy levels of the ground state of the 133Cs atom.

Ray Cummings
, an early writer of science fiction, wrote in 1922, "Time… is what keeps everything from happening at once",[11] a sentence repeated by scientists such as C. J. Overbeck,[12] and John Archibald Wheeler.[13][14]

Einstein showed in his thought experiments that people travelling at different speeds, while agreeing on cause and effect, will measure different time separations between events and can even observe different chronological orderings between non-causally related events.

How do you gauge the rate of Time?

Communication

People used to plan sending mail weeks ahead. Now they can send instant text messages, e-mail, video, photo, and drop off packages at express shipping locations.

Information

It took scientists almost four years to discover the AIDS virus. SARS, on the other hand, was identified in less than six months, stoked by the communication power of the Internet.

Reaction

Money moves around the world at the speed of light. Product cycles are measured in months, rather than in years. People find it unremarkable to spend time on three different continents in the space of a week.

How can Human-Computer interfaces Affect our Perception of Time?

Currently, the technological capacity available to the people of Earth, is much more powerful than the human brain - in theory - when you consider that a person can develop software that utilizes “Cloud” resources of the Internet, tapping into hardware world-wide.



One of the main gateways to realizing this is the creation of human-computer interface technology that allows us to access computer resources as intuitively as we can shift attention between our mind parts and our body parts. It is understood the human mind seems to “slow time down” during times of great fear or an overload of sensory information. This is not, however, time actually slowing down - but a focusing of our mental energy that allows us to process and react faster in time.



Dartmouth College neuroscientist and “temporal researcher” Peter Tse explans:

“When we are paying attention,

the brain processes more information per second.

It’s a survival tactic.

When faced with a life-threatening situation, like falling 150 feet,

your brain is presented with more information per second than it is accustomed to,

so it recalibrates on the fly.”



If the human brain and mind can adjust to greater amounts of information per second, does that signal a change in the average perceived unit of time? Let’s see how we relate to it when AI-powered human-computer interfaces begin being widely used:





Can we find evidence of an increase in the perception of time in History?

It is easier to understand my theory on the relativity of time when looking at history to forecast indicators of the speed of time in the future.

Communication (Through the 19th Century)

Basic communication would be initiated by the process of the brain initiating extremities to action. Time in the beginning would be relative to the ability to accomplish solitary tasks.

Basic communication can be enhanced by communicating to bring other people on board to speed up the development and creation of a project.

Before written communication, drawings and monuments allowed people to leave basic records, but was still a one-sided form of communication.



Written forms of communication created methods of transferring information from one place to another.



The development of the telephone and other voice-recording devices allowed information to be transferred in a quicker more natural manner.



The development of radio devices allowed information to be passed instantly along great distances of space wirelessly.



This simple collection of photos shows the progress of many thousands of years of invention and development and all radically changed the world in their time. They all however, pale in comparison to the development of futuristic technologies like Automatic Intelligence, or the end goal of Artificial Intelligence. Technology is rapidly compressing what we view as time. It provides us tools that require less time spent preparing and planning, and more time acting and reacting.

Is the universe shrinking,

or is time accelerating?

Information

Information is only as powerful as the amount of exposure it receives. The ultimate goal is to database the complete sum of knowledge known to mankind and archive it for instant retrieval from numerous sources. The Internet revolutionized the way that information was stored and exchanged. It changed the way that users were able to obtain and verify the information they wanted when they wanted. The Internet has the potential to be the greatest library in the history of mankind -- a repository of memory, thought, culture, and scholarship; a record of what it means to be human. But without an archive, it's nothing more than a catalog of the perpetually changing now.

Reaction

It is easily understood that time, or our perception of time can be warped by our brains. If Michael is walking down the road for 5 minutes, and James is driving no the same road for the same amount of time, not only would James have travelled farther, but his perception of that 5 minutes could be shorter based on the amount of commands needed to maintain his rate of speed. On a national and global scale, time is also measured by the efficiency and speed of reaction to any event. Quick reaction is also prone to be a hasty reaction, Automatic Intelligence systems would not only assist in making a rational results-based decision, but would also be able to send the commands faster than through human-relay systems.

Is the state of mind evolving into a state of time?

Time and Automatic Intelligence (AI)

As our technology steps closer to the ultimate goal of Artificial Intelligence, we must continue to think further outside the box, and anticipate the increasing effects of its advancement. We have always been fascinated with time, it’s power so far reaching that we cannot imagine existence without it, yet so intangible that for years even the best theologians have failed to completely define it.

“This thing all things devours:

Birds, beasts, trees, flowers;

Gnaws iron, bites steel;

Grinds hard stones to meal;

Slays king, ruins town

And beats high mountain down.

The answer is TIME.”

Gollum - The Hobbit



Some things stand out, glaring in perspective - and others can only be seen by investigating relative issues. At times it is difficult for my human mind to conceive that all of the essential or base understandings in human nature are prone to change and are often not as solid as they once seemed to be. It seems to me that part of our primitive soul is searching for the constant - something solid to hold onto against the ever-changing surface of life.



Some find solace in religion, some in experiences, some in technology. It is much easier to perceive how religion has affected our existence when compared to technology, but I think this is due mainly to the fact that religion has had a countless millenia headstart on affecting and defining our existence. But now it seems that technology is ready to take the role of dictating what we will believe - including the reason for our existence.



It would be valuable for anyone in the world, to have the ability to stop the world or “slow down time”, this can be done by speeding up the rate at which information and commands travel. This technology would give users extra time to analyze the situation and the actions of everyone and everything around them. It allows extra time to determine the most efficient actions in a pressure situation. This would would be incredibly useful in business, driving your car in traffic, playing games, military combat, sports and life threatening situations. When you are able to slow time down in consciousness, you can use time as the ultimate weapon. Nothing can stop you but you can stop anything.

Current Definitions of Time

  • The continuum in which events occur in succession from the past to the present and on to the future.[1]
  • A one-dimensional quantity[2] used to sequence events, to quantify the durations of events and the intervals between them, and (used together with other quantities such as space) to quantify and measure the motions of objects and other changes.
  • Time is quantified in comparative terms (such as longer, shorter, faster, quicker, slower) or in numerical terms using units (such as seconds, minutes, hours, days).
  • An operational definition of time, wherein one says that observing a certain number of repetitions of one or another standard cyclical event (such as the passage of a free-swinging pendulum) constitutes one standard unit such as the second, is highly useful in the conduct of both advanced experiments and everyday affairs of life. The operational definition leaves aside the question whether there is something called time, apart from the counting activity just mentioned, that flows and that can be measured.

What are the potential effects of Artificial Intelligence on Time?

Hypothesis: Time is relative to the amount of subjective change that one experiences within a given time interval.



With the current development into the world of Artificial Intelligence, it is reasonable to assume that we will reach some form of ‘Automatic Intelligence’ that combined with increasing hardware performance will out power the human brains ability to send and receive commands. In most circumstances, the most informed, well-equipped, and best communicating side wins, currently computers are capable of memory thousands of times the capacity of the brain. What is currently limiting the power can be broken down into two main issues. The user-interface which lacks the intuitive nature of the body, and the automatic intelligence capable of unlocking the full power of technology.



To date, developments of technology have advanced at a increasing rate that matches the rate of communication and information retrieval. These developments have changed governments and universal fundamental beliefs. None of these developments to date contain the power to change the world that Artificial Intelligence does. The Automatic Intelligence referred to in this article is understood as the point at which that computer systems can process commands faster than the human mind. Another description could be the point at which we can access global knowledge faster and more intuitively through computer systems than the brain.



Examples

The proverbial phrase “time is money” teaches us from an early age that earthly value is based on the management of time.

Since 1967, the International System of Measurements bases its unit of time, the second, on the properties of caesium atoms. SI defines the second as 9,192,631,770 cycles of that radiation which corresponds to the transition between two electron spin energy levels of the ground state of the 133Cs atom.

Ray Cummings
, an early writer of science fiction, wrote in 1922, "Time… is what keeps everything from happening at once",[11] a sentence repeated by scientists such as C. J. Overbeck,[12] and John Archibald Wheeler.[13][14]

Einstein showed in his thought experiments that people travelling at different speeds, while agreeing on cause and effect, will measure different time separations between events and can even observe different chronological orderings between non-causally related events.

How do you gauge the rate of Time?

Communication

People used to plan sending mail weeks ahead. Now they can send instant text messages, e-mail, video, photo, and drop off packages at express shipping locations.

Information

It took scientists almost four years to discover the AIDS virus. SARS, on the other hand, was identified in less than six months, stoked by the communication power of the Internet.

Reaction

Money moves around the world at the speed of light. Product cycles are measured in months, rather than in years. People find it unremarkable to spend time on three different continents in the space of a week.

How can Human-Computer interfaces Affect our Perception of Time?

Currently, the technological capacity available to the people of Earth, is much more powerful than the human brain - in theory - when you consider that a person can develop software that utilizes “Cloud” resources of the Internet, tapping into hardware world-wide.



One of the main gateways to realizing this is the creation of human-computer interface technology that allows us to access computer resources as intuitively as we can shift attention between our mind parts and our body parts. It is understood the human mind seems to “slow time down” during times of great fear or an overload of sensory information. This is not, however, time actually slowing down - but a focusing of our mental energy that allows us to process and react faster in time.



Dartmouth College neuroscientist and “temporal researcher” Peter Tse explans:

“When we are paying attention,

the brain processes more information per second.

It’s a survival tactic.

When faced with a life-threatening situation, like falling 150 feet,

your brain is presented with more information per second than it is accustomed to,

so it recalibrates on the fly.”



If the human brain and mind can adjust to greater amounts of information per second, does that signal a change in the average perceived unit of time? Let’s see how we relate to it when AI-powered human-computer interfaces begin being widely used:





Can we find evidence of an increase in the perception of time in History?

It is easier to understand my theory on the relativity of time when looking at history to forecast indicators of the speed of time in the future.

Communication (Through the 19th Century)

Basic communication would be initiated by the process of the brain initiating extremities to action. Time in the beginning would be relative to the ability to accomplish solitary tasks.

Basic communication can be enhanced by communicating to bring other people on board to speed up the development and creation of a project.

Before written communication, drawings and monuments allowed people to leave basic records, but was still a one-sided form of communication.



Written forms of communication created methods of transferring information from one place to another.



The development of the telephone and other voice-recording devices allowed information to be transferred in a quicker more natural manner.



The development of radio devices allowed information to be passed instantly along great distances of space wirelessly.



This simple collection of photos shows the progress of many thousands of years of invention and development and all radically changed the world in their time. They all however, pale in comparison to the development of futuristic technologies like Automatic Intelligence, or the end goal of Artificial Intelligence. Technology is rapidly compressing what we view as time. It provides us tools that require less time spent preparing and planning, and more time acting and reacting.

Is the universe shrinking,

or is time accelerating?

Information

Information is only as powerful as the amount of exposure it receives. The ultimate goal is to database the complete sum of knowledge known to mankind and archive it for instant retrieval from numerous sources. The Internet revolutionized the way that information was stored and exchanged. It changed the way that users were able to obtain and verify the information they wanted when they wanted. The Internet has the potential to be the greatest library in the history of mankind -- a repository of memory, thought, culture, and scholarship; a record of what it means to be human. But without an archive, it's nothing more than a catalog of the perpetually changing now.

Reaction

It is easily understood that time, or our perception of time can be warped by our brains. If Michael is walking down the road for 5 minutes, and James is driving no the same road for the same amount of time, not only would James have travelled farther, but his perception of that 5 minutes could be shorter based on the amount of commands needed to maintain his rate of speed. On a national and global scale, time is also measured by the efficiency and speed of reaction to any event. Quick reaction is also prone to be a hasty reaction, Automatic Intelligence systems would not only assist in making a rational results-based decision, but would also be able to send the commands faster than through human-relay systems.

Is the state of mind evolving into a state of time?

My Riddles

Dear Antz Particleion Is Hacking your Universe (live)

I will give your universe/Mind back to you if you answer my riddles.

Call your answers in!

(305) 735-9490

A) Is your universe real?

B) Are you real?

C) Who currently has {source}?

D) What is {Root}?

When you got the answer email it to

Key.universe@gmail.com

and I will give you back your universe assuming your right ;-)

Rules subject to change but will be posted.

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! It will be Billions of years till I let you just have it... Till then I urge you try to get your key back.