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> The Subtheory of Neuro-signaling Transmission Involvement and Efficiency
post Nov 17, 2017, 01:55 AM
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In the Advanced Autointelligence Society (AAS here), the innovative vigor is the key, and the team communication then is still important. It's not just the mental robots in the fictions such as the liquid nanorobots, but more important, the use of Chemical-combined Autointelligence Workers (CAW here). The production of the CAW will be made from chemical compounds such as active proteins in the strict settings including advanced science and technologies, so is limited for the production. The CAW at the first stage may be used for some work, such as the data and events analysis, human process arrangement and primary emotion adjustment.

In addition,the CAW will be different in learning and may even control the robots, which is a competition with the advanced robots. Innovative thinking and the proper interactions with the surrounding living things is vital to human kind to function in the AAS.

Well, it's an individually thinking outcome not suitable for some of the memberships, and wish there may some academic thinking and proper actions in this aspect. The following is a subtheory for the academic research as one study field.

The Subtheory of Neuro-signaling Transmission Involvement and Efficiency

According to Ch Hao, by his previous theories with no academic funding, there are distributed neuro-signalings in the transmission of the distribution and convergence mechanism. In this mechanism discovered by Ch Hao, individually, the neuro-signaling transmission is vital to the human intelligent system, and brain is one of the main centers.

Also according to Ch Hao, the human intelligent system is mainly functional, namely function-oriented in the interactions with the surrounding environment.

The cell-level power part, the memory subsystem, and the digestion part for the human might or are the main involvements helping for the neuro-signaling transmission function in the human intelligent system.

From another degree, it is to say the neuro-signaling subsystem will be more effective in this transmission process if the other involvements could be more layers synergied, as per both the classification of three fundementally function layers for the human intelligence and main layers of the human brain functioning in the previous posts by Ch Hao.

In addition, every neuro-signaling transmission imcluding the cell level, might or is the energy exchange in essence. Therefore, in theory, more proper energy exchanges might or will make more neurocells taking part in the transmission to enlarge our intelligence.

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