Entirely New Forms of Intelligence : Us : Tomorrow

 Myriae (@Mr.-Myriae) 7 years, 10 months ago

Every action we make with a device… generates data that can be used to produce new modes and forms of human intelligence. Your own, commercial, heuristic, creative, intellectual… even musical. Every move.

And someone is stealing… all of them. And the whole game… started that way.

We are building something -for them- that… if we built it -together with and for each other and our culture- … would be a -thousandfold more intelligent- in 45 days. And no one would own it. Ever.

And every time we use our computers… we could -have an intelligence adventure together- with -our own minds and expertise- in real time, every time… instead of building vast mountains of rather ignorant intelligence (digital data) for the ‘digital Pharaohs’.

And everyone would acquire, in this process, a personal digital ‘intelligence object’ whose value would increase dramatically over time. A legacy, of intelligence… that would allow every one of us to -get paid- every time we -use electronic intelligence-… as -well as build new forms of human, intellectual, ecological, and relational intelligence… overnight.

All in ways that multiply dramatically over time.

Or, we can keep building the pyramids of data and intelligence… for masters who care not a whit for our lives, well-being, or intelligence. They simply want us to buy and become… ever more complicated prison-toys, that deliver directly to them… 1/10th of everything -we might have otherwise become together- while depriving -us- of 7/10ths of it and -wildly celebrating- the remains..

I can deliver a powerful set of seemingly impossible evolutionary transformations for this problem, right now. I am talking about a knowledge toy that will change the nature of human relationships with machines, data, and intelligence. Forever.

An answer from 50 years in the future. Now. For us. Together. With and for each other and our world.


December 14, 2013 at 9:31 pm
Zykanthos (4,757)M (@chodebalm) 7 years, 10 months ago ago

Myriae (25) (@Mr.-Myriae) 7 years, 10 months ago ago

^ an excellent example of my post’s concerns. This is human intelligence, circa 2013;

Thank you for a better example than I could provide of wild type intelligence.

If [ x ] could use language, -that- would be great. Let’s leave it at that.

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