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Audivolv - TuringTests_per_second


The most advanced AIs today do around .01 Turing-Tests-Per-Second. My goal for many Audivolv's connected on the internet and many Humans playing music together, is around 1 Mega-Turing-Test-Per-Second. Counting everybody using Audivolv anywhere on Earth, and as fast as they can do audio-based Turing-Tests, that would be a million Turing-Tests per second.

Using Turing-Tests as fitness-functions for AI to learn, and using smart algorithms, that will quickly increase the intelligence of the "Audivolv Network", and it will play smarter and better music. Then we can use it for other things too.

REVERSE LINKS: AUDIVOLV WEBSITES: http://audivolv.com | http://audivolv.sourceforge.net | http://audioevolve.com | http://instrumentsplaythemusicians.com