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Nanobrain

The Making of an Artificial Brain from a Time Crystal, 1st Edition

By Anirban Bandyopadhyay

CRC Press

336 pages | 146 Color Illus. | 9 B/W Illus.

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Making an artificial brain is not a part of artificial intelligence. It will be a revolutionary journey of mankind exploring a science where one cannot write an equation, a material will vibrate like geometric shape, and then those shapes will change to make decisions. Geometry of silence plays like a musical instrument to mimic a human brain; our thoughts, imagination, everything would be a 3D shape playing as music; composing music would be the brain’s singular job. For a century, the Turing machine ruled human civilization; it was believed that irrespective of complexity all events add up linearly. This book is a thesis to explore the science of decision-making where events are 3D-geometric shapes, events grow within and above, never side by side. ​

The book documents inventions and discoveries in neuroscience, computer science, materials science, mathematics and chemistry that explore the possibility of brain or universe as a time crystal. The philosophy of Turing, the philosophy of membrane-based neuroscience and the philosophy of linear, sequential thought process are challenged here by considering that a nested time crystal encompasses the entire conscious universe. Instead of an algorithm, the pattern of maximum free will is generated mathematically and that very pattern is encoded in materials such that its natural vibration integrates random events exactly similar to the way nature does it in every remote corner of our universe. Find how an artificial brain avoids any necessity for algorithm or programming using the pattern of free will.

Table of Contents

AN INTRODUCTION TO A NANO BRAIN:

The background of nano brain

The Soviet Union (USSR) era and the Bengali culture of book fair

The science of consciousness in the Vedic culture

The symmetry and role of ultrasound signals in Hindu rituals

The fusion of complex algebra and the artistic patterns of metaphysics

Advanced signal transmission mapping in the brain (EEG & FMRI)

Quantum Brain models and the uncertainty principle: A virgin time (Plank's time)

True knowledge can never be written: A 2000 years long practice of Hindus: Nano brain will not have any software: A knowledge machine with hardware

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The hidden worlds of computation: closer to Nature

Equations do not represent a real world

The world of patterns (CA & CNN)

The space-time of light, nature, human brain

How close space-time of pattern leads us towards nature?

How much do we need to compromise?

References

What information do we lose in the existing science?

Analogues of Einstein's field equations are must

Tensors and space time geometry in its newest form

Retrieving the conventional science models: the lost account

Can we provide a universal expression for the lost/profit accounts?

References

Collective co-existence with nature: Consciousness

Consciousness does not exist in hardware: then where?

Dark energy of brain: a signature oflearning and consciousness

Social interactions might encode patterns of individuals inside others.

Why do we fail to define consciousness?

References

Symmetry, beauty and intelligence

Beauty lies in the emergence of symmetry or when we break it?

Making fool is not intelligence (Turing test, pattern recognition)

An architecture that creates and destroys symmetry

Intelligence: an ultimate game of patterns Ciearning, hierarchical level of pattern control)

References

The impossible problems for existing computers

How brain solves intractable problems? (Computational complexity)

Brain features that computer can never have

Nano brain and travelling salesman for minimum path.

Nano brain and the decision problem

Steiner tree problem

References

THE MAKING OF A NANO BRAIN

The architectures of a nano brain

Disk to sphere: elliptic to hyperbolic shapes

Feynmann's ratchet and molecular machines: two energy sources

The necessity of a super brain inside a nano brain!

Asymmetry that triggers the symmetry breaking

Structural factors that sustain local isolations with a global communication.

References

The components of a nano brain

Molecular neurons that are machines ·that are sensors!

Proteins with many faces.

Wires that evolve structurally creating/destroying orbital circuits

A harmony of local molecular dynamics and cellular automata pattern evolution.

Dynamics and conjugation at the nano brain machine junction

The role of fluorescent molecules: Compromisation and compensation.

Camouflage and mechanism to reach the target

References

The scaling up of nano brain to a giant micro brain

The next generation giant nano brain design and fabrication pathway.

Complexity of local processes: encoding a global control

The symmetry of giant nano brain architecture

Megamer or spontaneous self, assembly

Growth like fractals: Process like CA: A perfect harmony

Dying out information: Preventive measures?

References

Can a nano brain self-replicate?

The essential condition of self'replication: its own evolution must originate from the evolution of engineering codes.

Growth relates to its environment: materials that add more following rules

The driving force and the use of natural energy

Adding complexity in the growth process, survival of new patterns inside a pattern.

References

The self healing machine

How many neurons can we destroy before a brain collapses?

Can computation survive through structural relaxation?

Regenerative computation: many paths but only one goal: can we encode such situations?

Physical damage and computational damage: distinction of protocols

References

THE OPERATION OF A NANO BRAIN

The operational mechanism of a nano brain

The polaron messenger

Double speak by molecular machines

The lazy yet disciplined brain of a nano brain Globally dependent and locally independent behavior

References

Programming a nano brain for a complex job

Programming using external energy. light and global electric & magnetic field

Encoding a global relaxation process that triggers local processes.

How to control temporal evolution of a global relaxation process?

A coherence between the completion of local process and the global control

Why failure of a single nano brain wont effect the output of a complex job?

Collective programming of a nano brain cluster

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Crisis management of a Nano brain

Changing computation as condition changes during computation

Crisis management programming and response to extreme conditions.

Swarm intelligence encoding: intra talk between nano brains

Limitation of changing the hardware encoded program

Self isolation or functional death

References

The energy accounts

Supply of energy to run a nano brain.

The energy distribution a local processes: an atomic scale management?

Is Feynman's ratchet is valid at the giant scale?

Ambient atmosphere and physiological temperature: Can computation survive?

Energy shield's from external environment: An energy interface?

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THE INCREDIBLE FEATURES OF A NANO BRAIN

Adaptation to a new environment

How nano brain prepares itself in a new environment.

Self or remotely destruction measures.

Modulating computation rules preserving the functional objectives

Limitations of physical structure modulation

Parameters that must be changed: Parameters that must not be changed

References

Creativity: a charm we are always looking for

Any logical choice from an astronomical options is creativity.

How nano brain will search for the beautiful solution: A search for symmetry?

Creativity and necessity: How a hardware can allow a cO'existence of both?

Is it essential for the nano brain to foresee future for a beautiful solution?

Defensive or offensive: That is the question.

References

Intelligence: online decision making

Write intelligent algorithm for a length longer than this universe

Many decisions at a time can never be sequentialized.

A transition from Memory to learning and how both kinds of information would be retrieved suitably when needed.

How nano brain hardware will simulate the future using memory and learning for a given situation?

How nano brain will create preferential logic sequence and optimize the most suitable decisions?

References

A machine that learns by itself

Learning is the formation of a pattern that generates abstract pattern of an unknown event.

Emerging logic out of chaos in an abstract learning

Mixing of many learning events: conversion to a retrievable form

How learning should change the pattern evolution of computing

Learning that leads to intelligence

References

A path towards super-intelligence

The entropy symmetry patterns of our universe and brain.

An unseen pattern inside a pattern that is inside a pattern

Replica of a pattern that is replica of another pattern is awareness?

How intelligence, learuing, logical decision making processes survive together?

References

An example: Bloodless medical surgery using nano brain

Genetic operation

Communicating intelligently with singing microtubules.

nano brain scissors for cutting tumors

nano brain stapler to grow damaged organs

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COMPUTATION OF A NANO BRAIN

The physical world of computation for a nano brain

Tuning spatio-temporal evolution

The necessity of an asynchronous update.

Limited bandwidth of time and expansion possibilities.

Limited space problem to expand into an infinite space.

The thermodynamics of the nano brain world: Hemchandra sequence

References

How nature will welcome a nano brain?

Error like humans, chaos to logic or coexistence of both together.

Is it a fusion between an abstract machine and a nature?

Nano brain and the Charles Darwin

Will nature accept nano brain like machines or reject it?

Do we really have a choice to create something intelligent yet not naturally acceptably: Are both paths basically identical?

References

Nano brain as universal computer

Turing test and making human's fool: a testing of intelligence or dumbness?

P and NP complete problems and the nano brain

Existing concept of universality is a limited dream of single algo'predicted convergence through reductionism

A new computational universality of patterns

The concept of universal solution: A solution that contains many associated solutions of the same problem.

References

Massively parallel conventional computing with a new many-body theorem

The limit and bandwidth of deterministic computing in nano brain

Weather forecasting and complex natural processes modeling

Modeling gravitational wave: Space-jump computing

Humans after 300 years: Predicting human/life evolution through gene sequential modeling

Modeling the elementary particle physics problems

References

The dark world of computation

Limitation of space time creates a world we can not enter through computation.

A new nano brain needed for every new domain of space"time evolution?

More flexibility more limitations, less intelligence

How nano brain might evolve over the next 500 years?

The dark computational space that humans might never achieve through nano brain.

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THE FUTURE OF NANO BRAIN

Could nano brain be an interface between nature and humans?

Fusing the 1000 years old science with the new one: Can we retrieve conventional equations from the pattern based computation?

The world of subparticle physics and the large unexplored bandwidth of gravity wave.

Understanding the evolving virus and complex communications of 6 billion humans.

A suitable nano brain for a black hole, deep space travel?

Talking to trees and all living and non living beings in their own language.

Unearthing the universal language of the living and the non"living world

References

Is human intelligence is the limit?

Limit beyond limits, singularity beyond singularity.

Is there anything ultimate consciousness, what is that?

Can a Nano brain ever touch the potential of a human brain?

Human errors: A compromisation between creativity, intelligence and determinism

A compromised hardware path for humans in the next 1000 years.

References

The futuristic machines originating from the Nano brain

Transformers to convert waste into feasible materials.

Future prediction machine: A compromised present

Building colony in the neighboring planets: A compromised evolution of machines

Gravity wave generator for the deep space jump for the nano machines (not humans)

Extreme machines to test life survival systems in the extreme conditions, zero oxygen, 10,000 deg C or "SO K

A machine that will write program for deterministic works.

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The societal impact of nano brain

Brain chips to think more, predicting events, making living better.

Impossible architectures, cheapest stable architectures (new cities grow as programmed say in earth or moon, automatically destroy in minutes if not needed).

School text books with no equations: a new education system?

A new kind of medical science, a world with no medicine, no surgery.

Energy from natural resources will not be required, the total requirement will start decreasing.

Food crisis, disease, currency will have different definition: "dependence parameters will change.

Want to watch a real movie: Swallow a capsule

References

The supreme philosophy of computation (conclusion).

Total information is the nature itself: Computation is all about loosing this information to predict future: how much do we loose to gain what?

Existence of an universal pattern of nature, with evolving rules: Convergence is the ultimate goal: the proposal of controlling nature is vague as anything we do is a local process in the universe. Universe is a computer like our brain.

Completeness theorem: No computer or nano brain can ever be complete to rule humans or anything that is existing in nature: If it is powerful in certain aspects more, it will be weak in a vast region of computing: There is a universal rule of compromising in a hardware. "Machines ruling humans" is a bad dream:

Train every brain to the super conscious state: making it the most powerful computing machine that mankind can ever build and then set it free.

References

About the Author

Anirban Bandyopadhyay is a senior scientist of Advanced Nano Characterization Center (ANCC) at National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), in Ibaraki, Japan

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