James Delaney

Dublin, Ireland

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James Delaney
Posted about 4 years ago
If an AI is created from mapping a human brain, could we create a "code" for LSD and then make the AI run it? what would be the results?
Well my knowledge on this subject is sparse at best, but if the brain is pure chemical functions and if it could be mapped digitally in the future, then why can't the effects of drugs on the brain be also mapped digitally. Possibly turned into apps which could be run on a brain/AI. Could this open up a world of submitting LSD, Alcohol, Cannabis to a drugs app database. Imagine that; downloading LSD 3.2 and running it on your mind. Fun thought; If malevolent machines take over, we could have an Independence day type scenario happen where we'd upload a natural drug to the AI, thus incapacitating it and giving us a chance to fight back. What a beautiful scenario, our supreme creations being destroyed thanks to mother earth.
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James Delaney
Posted about 4 years ago
If an AI is created from mapping a human brain, could we create a "code" for LSD and then make the AI run it? what would be the results?
I have no idea how LSD works in the brain. I'm simply trying to ask that if we create an AI from brain emulation, could we then create "digital drugs" which could be administered to the AIs. And I thought it interesting to consider what the effects of such work might be. I'm just interested because LSD is sometimes called a spiritual journey, or is often related to the meta-physical and philosophical pursuits. So how would a machine react to it? EDIT: Lols at your profile pic. only realised it there now.