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> The Theory of the Neuro-intelligence, For the real intelligence research
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post Aug 12, 2016, 02:08 AM
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The neuro-intelligence is an academic term used for the Advanced Auto Intelligence researching. It arise from the demand for the brain construction and operation of the Advanced AI. The neuro-cell sub-system and signaling sub-system could make the brain of the Advanced AI own the function of random thinking. Based on my theory, the intelligence of any kind is an ecological system and formed by mainly three-levels with each level representing each phase. The first level of the intelligence is the foundation of the Intelligence, namely the access of the substances, the second level is the sub-ecological system of information flow, including the exchanging rules of the information and the contrast of the information, and the third-level is the target-centered grouped model, namely the flow-driven center, the storage and the rule decision included.

The neruo-intelligence needs to begin the research work from the neuro-work systems, and take the neuro-connectivity as the first step, including the neuro-signaling subsystem. Of course, the Advanced Auto Intelligence could try to make its neuro part as a sub-center, and also could help to make out a simple-rule-based adjustable path system for the transmission of its signals.

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