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Deep Learning from the TGD Viewpoint

Matti Pitkanen


AI, deep learning, and GPT have become highly fashionable topics. It has been even speculated that AI might involve a rudimentary consciousness. Could TGD inspired quantum view of biology, brain and consciousness could provide a fresh point of view to the notion of computer consciousness. In the TGD Universe, the difference between living systems and computers need not be so deep as usually thought. The magnetic body as a carrier of dark matter as phases of ordinary matter with effective Planck constant heff = nh0and having onion-like structure, could receive sensory input and control the biological body with heff = h. Also computers possess magnetic bodies: could they use computers or robots computers as sensory receptors and motor instruments. In the TGD Universe, the genetic code could be much more than we believe it to be. It would be realized at the level of dark matter and would be universal and unique, being realized in terms of so-called icosa-tetrahedral tessellation of hyperbolic 3-space realizable as the mass shell of light-cone proper time =constant hyperboloid. Icosa-tetrahedral dark genome at the magnetic body could serve as the basic instrument for communication and control. Quantum gravitation plays a key role in the TGD inspired biology and the gravitational magnetic bodies of Earth and Sun and even other astrophysical objects with huge gravitational Planck constants could be highly relevant in quantum biology.

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ISSN: 2153-8212