InterJournal Complex Systems, 17
Status: Accepted
Manuscript Number: [17]
Submission Date: 963011
Engineering a conscious computer
Author(s): Richard Amoroso

Subject(s): CX.07

Category: Brief Article


Primary ambitions for quantum computers (QC) include continuation of the grand history of miniaturization, exponential increases in calculations per second, greater energy efficiency, and computation of tasks noncomputable on classical von Neumann architectures. Feynman (1986) found no barrier in the laws of physics for building quantum computers. Quantum computation creates an additional dimension of opportunity having broad implications for science and society - the potential realization of conscious computers (CC). The putative implementation of a CC described here represents a special class of QC that simulates the local and nonlocal biophysical parameters of human consciousness utilizing a multi-tier synchronization backbone architecture (Feynman, 1886, Biafore, 1994). In operation Frohlich frequency (Frohlich, 1983, 1968, Amoroso, 1996c) laser phase control interferometry is used to evanesces a self organizing conscious state into the QC core. The model of human intelligence utilized represents a radical departure from the standard Copenhagen interpretation of quantum theory and the current reductionist model that mind = brain or mind = computer or that a heuristic algorithm is sufficient to produce consciousness even if it should be able to pass the Turing test (Amoroso, 1995a,b, 1996a,b, Amoroso and Martin, 1995).

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