Post by Gleasonator on Apr 27, 2007 18:19:45 GMT -5
The computers are to be designed with modified human genes. All they're trying to do is make them have unlimited memory. AT first they wont be reliable at all. Do we even remember what we had for dinner two nights ago? That's the problem. But if I were to say what it was then you'd remember and remember about the dinner. So they must be fixed to not forget.
That has nothing to do with self-replication and these machines will not have minds of their own. The goal is just to figure out the way the brain can store data and reflect it back onto a computer but modified to not forget.
Post by Gleasonator on Apr 27, 2007 22:53:05 GMT -5
Ok so they would be just a brain, made to have unlimeted storage, how sould they make a brain that wouldn't deteriorate over time?
That's part of the problem. They need to just get out the part that controls memory, and modify it to remember. Then they'd have to somehow implant that information in a unit which attaches to your PC as memory.