Wednesday, June 4, 2014

AI sleep

(REM) sleep is believed to be the brain running "off line," doing cognitive processing while shut off from outside inputs (and output).  Some creative processing is included in this.

Similarly, light versions of Asa H 2.0 suspend I/O while running extrapolation routines (see the code in my blogs of 10 Feb 2011 and 14 May 2012 for one example) and while doing some housekeeping like case sorting/organization and renormalization. 

When Asa is deployed across a large computer network extrapolation (and other creative algorithms) can be run on separate processors and "sleep" can be avoided.

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