Friday, May 22, 2015

How Artificial Superintelligence Will Give Birth To Itself

"How Artificial Superintelligence Will Give Birth To Itself" by George Dvorsky is a particularly interesting window on the world of AI research from the POV of Cinemorphics...

"There's a saying among futurists that a human-equivalent artificial intelligence will be our last invention. After that, AIs will be capable of designing virtually anything on their own — including themselves. Here's how a recursively self-improving AI could transform itself into a superintelligent machine." 

For the entire article click HERE.

Ex Machina, AI and Cinemorphics

Ex Machina's AI, Ava, seems to have developed, after her original inception, a very interesting form of intelligence...the ability to choose and "absorb" new abilities for herself. An interesting analysis of the film may be found HERE...


Also...COMING SOON...Cinemorphics as an AI protocol...enabling persona creation in robots!

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

American Eyeball

(American Eyeball is actually a film about Cinemorphics and Imaginal Realism posing as a noirish San Francisco detective story. The same can be said of the novella Satori Tango.)

A new Benny Pristine mystery! The notorious San Francisco detective reappears after a twenty year disappearance to find his best friend murdered, a psychic spy still wanting to take him to bed, the fate of the world threatened by incompetent aliens and more!

American Eyeball - Trailer from Charles Webb on Vimeo.

Read the Benny Pristine novella SATORI TANGO!

Sunday, February 08, 2015

Ruby Wax on Neuroplasticity: "You're the Architect of Your Own Brain"

Ruby Wax put her comedy career on hold a few years ago in order to research mental illness and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy at Oxford. It's there that she first encountered neuroplasticity: the ability to rewire your brain just by changing the way you think. Wax, who sports a Master's in Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, now travels the world promoting mental health awareness and stigmatization. Her new book is titled "Sane New World."   
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Friday, January 30, 2015