• Exyzforms

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    Exyzforms are intuitive objects, shapes, systems, or forms that exhibit mechanically embedded inscriptions. The word was derived from the Greek "exypnos" which means wise and "morfes zois" which means life forms. Exyzforms are the missing links, the secret ingredients, that spice the actual realization of a living machine that is alive, aware, conscious, rational, and self-knowledge( eaftognoriz or knowledge originating from within the organism).

    By integrating intuitive objects with latent inscriptions into a machine, a new life form of silver species known as Zoikrons can be created. These Intuitive Machines (I.M.) with life are not governed by A.I. (artificial intelligence) or M.L. (machine learning) but by I.Os (intuitive objects).

    In the next video, the machine is animated not because it was computer programmed by a set of instructions but because it was mechanically programmed by its designs, structures, and materials. The machine programmed itself through the natural phenomena called Inscription by Design a.k.a I.D. The machine moves in a circular motion by itself due to I.D.

    "Beautiful Things always come with Simple Equations." ~ Joey Lawsin

  • The Robot who took the Cookie from the Cookie Jar

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    As part of a paper originally published in 2k and revised several times due to new discoveries and fresh ideas uncovered in the Bowlingual Experiment Research dubbed ZERO, some of its findings, in particular the knowledge behind Aneural Consciousness, Intuitive Objects (IOs), and Embedded Inscriptions (EIs), are shared in this article.

    In the video, IOs are incorporated to bring the machine into another state of being known as Algorithmic Logic.  The machine's algorithmic intelligence is examined here using exyzforms for iMapping or Aneural Networking, which is  like the brain but without the brain.  

    In the previous posts, the other levels of States of Being like being alive, being aware, and being conscious were explained, revised, and redefined . In this page, the fourth characteristic of life known as Aneural Intelligence is examined based on the Zizo Effect or the Second Option Theory.

    Intentions, an inner aneural state of being is illustrated in this experiment. The machine is  programmed to a goal-oriented behavior of directing itself to a charging station -- to sleep and self-energize. It is also subjected to choose between cookies and M&Ms inside a jar.

    The machine presented in the video is  alive, aware, conscious, and logically rational. However, again, the biotronic is not yet living and with life.

    The Algorithmic Intelligence of Machine

    In the next page, The Robot who achieved knowledge is presented. This presentation is a topic about sequentially designing and building a machine that is alive, aware, conscious, rational, living, and with life.

    BTW, the Bowlingual Experiment is about an Alaskan Malamute who was spatially tested to the Codexation predicament. It was also a project developed to design a Bark to Word or B2W translator between dogs and humans. This four-legged best friend Zero was the specimen in this exploratory endeavor. Afterwards, another dog, a chihuahua named Peanut was introduced in this controlled environment to reconcile the findings uncovered in the Caveman in the Box Trilogy.  No animals were harmed in this project.

    "Sequential Instructions give rise to Logical Experiences."   ~   Joey Lawsin

  • The Making of a Conscious Robot

    11/04/2020 at 01:28 0 comments

    In the previous articles, Lawsin, who conceptualized the Biotronics Project, claimed that being alive and being aware are two different things. To be alive, according to him, means to be able to self-consume energy, e.g. a battery operated toy is alive as long as it consumes energy by itself. While to be aware means to be able to sense signals through intuitive objects (IOs) or Exyzforms. 

    In this  article, the third characteristic of Life, called Consciousness is examined based on Codexation, a study about abstract (subject) and physical (object) information. In this study, one of its findings, known as the Codexation Dilemma, reveals an unprecedented insight that determines consciousness. This key factor of consciousness claims that "No human can think of something without matching or associating such abstract thought with something physical." In other words, for a machine to be considered conscious, it has the self-ability to associate a subject with an object.  

    For example, if I introduce to my readers a word unfamiliar to them,  there is a 100% chance that no one here can give a direct accurate explanation of what this word is. The reason behind is simple. The unfamiliar word is not yet in one's  own vocabulary and thus no physical construct stored yet in one's mind. This predicament, when defined, makes one conscious!

    The Aneural Consciousness of Machine

    In the video, the machine was tested for consciousness. Instead of using the old fashion analog switches, the biotronic was subjected using digital switches implemented by the Arduino environment. Its built-in digital switches inside its microprocessor were switched on and off digitally through a program called Sketch. This program executes the basic commands  of edge means danger while  center  of the table means safe. If the whole inscription process was mechanically etched, structurally designed, and  mathematically formed as Natural Intuitive Objects (NIO), like the eyes for seeing or ears for hearing, the input-output sensor will function as a device for consciousness. The ability of a machine to match or pair is a telltale sign of Associative Consciousness.

    Remember, the biotronic in the video is alive, aware, and conscious, but not living and with life yet. However, in the next page, the machine will be trained to be rational or intuitive.

    "One can be aware without consciousness,
    but can not be conscious without awareness.
    ~ Joey Lawsin