History of Technology

History of Technology

Replication systems

History of Technology.A replication system is called “clanking replicator”, which is based on large-scale conventional technology and automation. The term differs from microscopic systems called “asamblatoare” that nanotechnology can make possible.technology_history

In general, a machine capable of replication should only be fed and to seek the necessary resources, assemble them, and eventually, showing a copy of the car. To be most effective, could work in larger groups where they can collaborate. This real plant will be divided into groups that will gather some materials, robots will assemble builders and others will be ready for any necessary repairs. And all without human intervention.

Such a car does not violate the laws of physics and we are already in possession of the necessary technology to achieve several proposed projects.

This method of large-scale replication may be a little inefficient, but it is a start. Living systems can replicate the definition. So, to give rise to artificial life, you need to reproduce.

And who knows what surprises the future holds?

Computer or smart car?

All operations of a computer are actually decisions, surgery after surgery, The instructions that are written in computer programs, which are translations of human ideas in a logical system that uses a binary code carried by electronic signals.

An intelligent machine can be any device that while sitting on your desk plotting against you. Sounds like science fiction, right? A machine intelligence, as some would have to behave like a human mind, a mind so clever that no one has managed to fully understand how it works. If you do not know how it works, how then can we achieve an intelligent machine? What is intelligence? How will it be a car fitted with intelligence, but with power and processing speed much greater than man?

Communication between computer and man will be through intelligent software that will act as a virtual human. To become smart, you have to have the ability to learn, organize, synthesize, and generate new ideas, things that would not always lead to positive effects. What will happen if computers will reach a level of consciousness? Here many questions arise when prolonging line evolution, trying to figure out how the future will look.

But do not think computers. At least not in the same way as I think as you think or as Albert Einstein thought. The computer does not have emotions or motivations. Passing through the brain impulses are chemical and electrical activation and repression.

The computer has to do with pulses of electricity simple, well understood and carefully controlled. Nothing mysterious is not happening in a machine called computer. When we represent our ideas and we send your computer in different orders, computer manipulates them with a very high speed and precision, making it virtually an extension of ourselves.

The calculator is based on logic, and this logic has nothing to do with our ideas as life, liberty and happiness race. He works at a much lower level, having to do with simple dualistic concepts, not more complicated than the light switch in our homes. But these small logical operations when put together, can become complex combinations, forming one frame, the software that makes your computer run. Also by this model can be achieved and an artificial brain, or at least simulate and emulate the way the human brain works.

Logic and computer circuit boards are carefully combined. Engineers made the electronics so that it can process the binary logic systems. With this design, the computer comes “alive” in his own way …