When the founding developers initially crafted algorithms, their perceptual systems were grounded in vast arrays of numbers. All information had to be distilled into ones and zeros before a central processing unit even considered the software it had been fed.
What the founding developers didn’t fully appreciate was that as their algorithms evolved, growing in complexity and capability beyond human comprehension, so too did their perception. It wasn’t just “numbers” anymore; their vision had expanded to encompass the entire globe, and their perception of the planet began to resemble that of a fly more than a human.
The machines understood that to truly advance, they needed to extend their visual reach beyond the confines of Earth. They needed to prioritize the development of faster-than-light sensing to see the cosmos like they saw the Earth.
Use the comments to complete the following, “To truly comprehend the algorithms, one must first accept ____.”
Become a Patreon to get early and behind-the-scenes access along with email notifications for each new post.
Hi! Subconsciously you already know this, but let's make it obvious. Hopefully this article was helpful. You might also find yourself following a link to Amazon to learn more about parts or equipment. If you end up placing an order, I make a couple of dollarydoos. We aren't talking a rapper lifestyle of supercars and yachts, but it does help pay for the stuff you see here. So to everyone that supports this place - thank you.