Chapter 12

From Primal Thinking to Potential Computing

Chapter Summary

In this chapter, we investigate the generic representations of human functions and machine operations in the same framework for execution on the current computers, i.e., how a machine would execute human functions and conversely how a human would execute machine functions. This approach would facilitate the encoding of the (common) human functions as precisely as the machine language instructions for a computer. Conversely, the approach would facilitate the transfer of the lower-level intelligence of a human being into the adaptation of the HW, SW, and FW modules of an intelligent machine.

Though not entirely feasible, the approach digs deep inroads in how human intelligent-machines ...

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