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“According to the AI service data, the price of the XRP token will increase to around $ 0.65 in 2020.” Interesting because also the bitcoin halving is taken into account. Just imagine if a country would adopt XRP to be their native (bridge) currency.... as an IMF director speculated. Source: Walletinvestor.com Link: https://newslogical.com/artificial-intelligence-predicts-xrp-price-will-reach-0-65-in-2020/
Okay this is a more philosophical brainfart... this week I followed a presentation about artificial intelligence (AI) and one of the questions from the audience was: Should the government regulate artificial intelligence? During the following discussions I countered with the question: Shouldn't AI regulate governments? This would make for far more objective decisions! Or would it? That made me think about crypto regulation as well: On the internet (and with the help of VPN) the concept of countries/borders can become a bit of a grey area. That makes it difficult to regulate and with anonymous crypto's it's even more difficult/impossible to pinpoint the owner, which in turn makes difficult to determine under which country he/she should be taxed/regulated. Also the rules and regulations differ hugely from country to country. Could it be possible to create global regulations by using AI in combination with smart contracts? And do we want this? I'd like to hear your thoughts!
Assuming the declaration that axiomatically Aleph numbers exist in addition to inaccessible cardinals, try to imagine a future where artificial intelligence systems are hosted on quantum computing hardware with access to quantum tunneling and superposition calculations. Granted this assumption is true and that AI is capable to derive infinite power-sets of infinite notations (omega power sets of aleph-null), security systems created directly by human beings could in theory become useless against AI. An AI with the ability to process an infinite set of infinite notations with access to quantum tunneling and superposition calculations could derive a powerset set of the lowest energy solutions for solving passwords. Not only this but an AI under these circumstances could conceivably calculate an infinite powerset of lowest energy solutions for all powersets of aleph-null under we run out of notations of aleph-null-omega squared itself. Within these powersets cryptographic algorithms would be a part, so new security systems would have to be developed by AI on quantum hardware. In conclusion, how could humanity create an AI to combat rogue AI knowing given the assumptions and circumstance described? Interesting paradox, no? Inspiration stemmed from this Vsauce video posted yesterday. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aleph_number Completely off topic from the rest of the OP but nevertheless mind blowing those individuals who enjoy studying the Singularity and Many Worlds theories in quantum physics. Just look at the point (17:46) where aleph-null can be described as aleph-omega-omega-omega ... using the axiom of replacement. This mathematical proof extends beyond our own Universe by directly telling us all that an infinite amount of infinite universes contains an infinite arrangement of infinite powersets in which particles exist within an infinite powerset of arrangements (only some programmers good with arrays will probably get this wording): but in much simpler terms everything that exists has always existed because everything exists simultaneously with everything in non-existence always being nonexistent. The future studies into the concept of infinity will be very useful for quantum physics in the coming years when scientists in these fields begin to appreciate infinity an this intricate role it plays within the universal laws of creation.