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instantaneous transfer of information with artificial intelligence that is too lucky

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Hello everyone,

If my quantum number is 0 or 1 at the moment of measurement.


Would an AI be able to know if it's 1 or 0 before the measurement?

If yes the instantaneous transmission would be possible.


A human brain can predict the 0 or the 1 before the measurement if it is too lucky.

I do not see why a network of neurons would not be able to imitate a human brain that is too lucky.

In any case, know that luck comes from the brain of a network of neurons.

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18 hours ago, Z10 said:

Hello everyone,

If my quantum number is 0 or 1 at the moment of measurement.


Would an AI be able to know if it's 1 or 0 before the measurement?

No.

The state is undetermined until the measurement. 

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19 hours ago, Z10 said:

A human brain can predict the 0 or the 1 before the measurement if it is too lucky

Why do you think that?

And what does "too lucky" mean?

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5 hours ago, swansont said:

No.

The state is undetermined until the measurement. 

How does referring to an AI change anything in relation to a measuring instrument in general?

 
Another application of the 'principle' that 'if A is difficult to understand and if B is difficult to understand, then there must be a relation to be found between A and B?
 
Science in "particle accelerator mode": by hitting very hard random ideas randomly, it will come out something interesting?
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4 hours ago, Strange said:

Why do you think that?

And what does "too lucky" mean?

players who are too lucky in the game of luck.
can be their neuron network of luck is well developed.

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1 hour ago, Z10 said:

How does referring to an AI change anything in relation to a measuring instrument in general?

It doesn’t. The state is undetermined until it is measured. This is not changed by magically invoking AI

 

1 hour ago, Z10 said:

players who are too lucky in the game of luck.
can be their neuron network of luck is well developed.

Yeah, this is the speculations forum, not the WAG forum.

On 2/1/2019 at 12:53 PM, Z10 said:

 
In any case, know that luck comes from the brain of a network of neurons.

No, we don’t “know” this, and you have not presented anything in support of this.

I approvd the thread to answer your physics question, but you’ve posted nothing to recommend keeping it open.

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