Super-intelligence: Write a PhD thesis in an afternoon

Would you like to have this as your toy? Assistant? X-Friday?

I certainly would love to have a machine that I can set on a quest to solve a serious / intriguing problem!

check this out. From:

Philip Larrey (2017), Would Super-Human Machine Intelligence Really Be Super-Human? in G. Dodig-Crnkovic and R. Giovagnoli (eds.), Representation and Reality in Humans, Other Living Organisms and Intelligent Machines, Studies in Applied Philosophy, Epistemology and Rational Ethics

 

 “The simplest example of speed superintelligence would be a whole brain emulation running on fast hardware. An emulation operating at a speed of ten thousand times that of a biological brain would be able to read a book in a few seconds and write a PhD thesis in an afternoon. With the speedup factor of a million, an emulation could accomplish an entire millennium of intellectual work in one working day”  

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A more serious study of the Public Git Archive (PGA)

Following up on the Octoverse clues, I uncovered this GEM — Markovtsev, Vadim, and Waren Long. “Public git archive: a big code dataset for all.” In Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories, pp. 34-37. ACM, 2018. you can look at the arXiv version here.

This study point to the following being the most popular programming languages

  1. C
  2. JS
  3. C++ 
  4. Java
  5. PHP
  6.  Go
  7. Python
  8. Obj-C
  9. C#
  10. Ruby

If you’re into data mining and analysis of REALLY large public datasets, this one offers lots to work with. According to the authors, the Public Git Archive occupies 3.0 TB on disk .   Enjoy ..