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Will The Internet Become a Sentient Being? Part One | Socyberty

Will The Internet Become a Sentient Being? Part One

by Bill M. Tracer 

The network of computers that is the Internet now grows in its complexity on an hourly basis. In many ways this intricate web of nodes and hubs already greatly resembles a Human neural network. How much longer will it take for the spark of sentience to ignite within this cobbled together artificial brain?
According to the research of Martin Hilbert, and Priscila López the computational power of computer devices as of the year 2007 CE came into what they referred to as “the ballpark area” of the maximum capacity of the nerve impulses as performed by 1 human brain on a per second basis. So far as the total storage capacity of computer systems at that time, they estimated that to be about the same as the amount of data storage necessary to store the entire information equivalent of an adult Human’s DNA. For more details, see:

World’s Total CPU Power: One Human Brain

 How much further have we come since 2007 CE?

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Sub-Titled: – Xenous: Mind Within the Machine

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