Memory Dump View of Artificial Intelligence

“Life is too short not to believe in Memory.”

Founding Farther of Memorianity

Imagine someone wrote an AI program and fit it into 4Gb. Imagine that it becomes intelligent indeed after some execution time (learning?). At some point when we admit its true intelligence we save a complete memory dump. Conclusion: we successfully reduced AI to a memory dump (out of memorillion of them). If AI requires a distributed network we still have the more complex dump (but still the dump). If AI program requires storage for its learning database we just concatenate it to the complete memory dump and we have the dump file again. Would advocates of AI or even Artificial General Intelligence agree with me?

- Dmitry Vostokov @ -

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