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How Well Can an AI Learn Physics?



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There has been a lot of talk in the past about how well AI could simulate reality and whether or not any AI could have enough power to do it. However, I think this answers that question. It would not need that much power. It would just "fake it". The AI could create a completely believable environment in the exact manner depicted here.
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Right now, it would be GiGo all over again. Garbage in, garbage out. We will need automatic error correction somehow built-in.

I am less impressed with computing today, unless it evolves other previous achievements up a rung or two. They physicists and astronomers crow about simulations of the universe, yet we do need to see if this enthusiasm not only leads to more profound understandings of the cosmos, but how this impacts humanity?
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This is 100% garbage. It is AIs ability to "imagine" reality. Unlike a human, it can imagine reality with such vividness that the illusion is useful. AI could use this to develop robots that can interact with the real world without ever actually building one. It could train them on every imaginable scenario in a couple of hours. Then, it could start churning out robots that can do any job in any environment. This will facilitate my AI in space project.
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