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Unmasking How Intelligence Collaborates With Emotion to Facilitate Human Innovation

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All intelligence is artificial. This is because intelligence is just aggregated algorithms. An algorithm is aggregated math. Math is aggregated information. And information in-of-itself is artificial. This means that the intelligence associated with a computer, or an insect or a human, is artificial. The only reason humans perceive our intelligence as being real {nous}, and in essence non-artificial, is because of emotion. So emotion is the non-artificial component that makes human artificial intelligence attain significance and purpose. But both intelligence and emotion function through a process. Therefore both are systems. So our cognitive reality can be understood as being a process where an Artificial Intelligence System interacts and collaborates with a Non-Artificial Emotion System.

At OIsource (oisource.com) we unmasked this cognitive process and created a mental and writing exercise that teaches entrepreneurs and corporate teams a skill to innovate. We did this through a new paradigm of the brain/mind dynamic we call the Mind Model that will outline here. But before we do that we need to first present an overview of the currently accepted Neuroscience model as a baseline. The best guess of Neuroscience is that the brain produces the mind. The synopsis of this model is one where the brain cell, which does not know or care who you are, gets together with billions of other brain cells, which do not know or care who you are. This produces; the identity you sense your-self to be, multiple strains of divergent thought and emotion. Unfortunately, that is not a scientific model. That’s science fiction.

In contrast the concepts of the brain/mind dynamic within the Mind Model are identical to the model of how the computer works. The computer has mechanical hardware that is run by an operating system. In turn, the human has biological hardware that is also run by an operating system. We label the biological hardware as the physical brain and the operating system as the cognitive mind. In the computer, when the operating system advances to the point of making the mechanical hardware obsolete, that mechanical hardware has to be upgraded by being replaced. But in a human, the biological hardware that is the brain is continually upgraded by being rewired by the operating system that is the mind. In turn, the mind itself is comprised of a dual structure artificial intelligence system and non-artificial emotion system that interact and collaborate together.

Each human mind saves all sensory information input that the body sees, hears and experiences to its own personal knowledge base {long-term memory}. The personal knowledge base is like a hard drive of experience-created information that the mind can access, use and aggregate into new innovation {incremental theory}. In this process, the mind’s force {volts} and transmission capacity {amps} is limited by how the physical brain is neurologically wired. Therefore it becomes necessary for the brain to be constantly rewired by the mind to accommodate the mind’s increasing force and transmission capacity needs. So the more the mind is stimulated to aggregate information into innovation, the more the mind has to rewire and expand the brain’s capabilities. But the physical brain offers resistance {ohms} to the cognitive mind rewiring it. Emotion within this process acts as a catalyst that stimulates the rewiring of the brain by constantly changing the force, direction and aggregation of information into new innovation.

This model of the brain/mind dynamic is not an isolated theory. It is derived from a larger physics Unified Field Theory model. The full documentation on this new paradigm is found at: oisource.com/why-we-exist The main take-away from this paradigm is that the artificial nature of human and mechanical intelligence is the same. But the biological hardware of the brain and the interaction with emotion within the mind completely transforms the capability of human intelligence. That is the advantage of human intelligence over mechanical intelligence to innovate. Because only with the collaboration of emotion can human intelligence navigate the vast ocean of available data, aggregate specific information from divergent fields and then innovate something entirely new of significance and relevance. Mechanical intelligence will never be able to do this because it will never acquire emotion, no matter how powerful it becomes.

But you and your company still need a path through the constantly advancing and disruptive technology. OIsource offers you this path by teaching you to use your intelligence and emotion as tools to innovate. Contact us to find out how to make our innovation training experience work for you and your company.

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The Bold Strategy to Empower American Exceptionalism

Ever since a 19th century writer described America as “exceptional”, scholars and politicians have constantly referred to ‘American Exceptionalism’ in one form or another. All understand intuitively the powerful confluence of American events and resources that have resulted in such a historic impact.

While America has been given a good foundation, in order for American Exceptionalism to become sustainable, a bold strategy must be designed and executed successfully. The following three-step process develops a bold strategy:

1. Define the main challenge.
2. Understand the critical factor within that challenge.
3. Apply organizational strength into the ‘most promising opportunity’ within the critical factor.

This bold strategy is applicable to a structured organization of any size. The following proposal is a bold strategy for the structured organization called America.

First Step: The main challenge for the America is to innovate through the growth of the economy. In turn, the growth of the economy dictates how quickly social and financial systems inside can advance.
Second Step: The critical factor for the growth of the American economy is to have communities continually innovate. In turn, the level of a community’s innovation dictates how quickly the business industry ecosystem outside can advance.
Third Step: The organizational strength of America is its ability to empower and benefit from billions of decentralized and diverse choices being made within communities. Within any one community, a school of U.S. Education (another structured organization) that can develop the creative thinking potential and skill sets of all adolescents is the ‘most promising opportunity’ to which the organizational strength of America should be applied. The reason is that creative skill sets are the core foundation for all adults to be able to innovate.

But this has not happened because American leadership does not understand this bold strategy. Consequently, U.S. Education was not set up to foster innovation but is instead focused on competing with centralized education systems of other countries. But centralized education systems will always be more effective at developing homogenous students that can memorize and regurgitate current information – which is the opposite of innovation. So the counter productive focus of U.S. Education actually has the result of flipping the organizational strength of America into a weakness.

LED accelerator would change this backward dynamic for U.S. Education and leverage the organizational strength of America. LED accelerator is a proposed dual system within U.S. Education that will foster high-level creative thinkers along with skill sets that can ultimately develop breakthrough innovators.

LED accelerator shares the goals of other dual systems like Xerox, PARC, DARPA and Google X that were created to be vertically intensive within their respective parent organization. The difference is that malleable brains of students in this system are simultaneously being wired for adaptive algorithms by their experiences. LED accelerator students will collaborate and compete while using tools that exist in the current world to manifest the products and services they intuitively see existing in the future world. The hyper competitive students within each decentralized school district will continually adopt best practices to evolve their culture while striving to pursue breakthrough projects.

Continually changing outcomes will provide for evidence-based data for educators on what aspects of LED accelerator can be implemented in the general education curriculum. The internal impetus of LED accelerator will therefore continually advance the entire U.S. Education system alongside evolving social, economic and government needs.

LED accelerator is therefore not just another education program. It is the missing piece that completes the bold strategy to empower American Exceptionalism to lead the world.

Full proposal and analysis for LED accelerator is found at: CreateLEDaccelerator.com

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Why Music and Fine Arts are Essential in Education

Introduction
Music and arts programs in education are under assault with an increasing possibility of being curtailed by legislators and school administrators during each budget session. Despite considerable research on the benefits of how music and arts wire the brain for creativity, cuts continue to happen. Parent and corporate advocacy for these programs have also seen little effect in saving them from being diminished or eliminated. This dynamic does not change because, in the end, it is all about deciding what is the priority in education.

With the pace of innovation constantly accelerating in the modern interconnected world, and as American corporations depend on creative teams to continually innovate, the clear priority is developing the creative skill sets of American students so they can be globally competitive in the future. The only way to achieve this end result is for music and arts to become central to U.S. Education. Though this may be a bold statement, it can be explained and supported from the viewpoint of interconnected education, cognitive and AI (Artificial Intelligence) paradigms.

The Education Paradigm
With relatively minor adjustments, a schoolteacher from 100 years ago would feel right at home within the modern classroom. Other than replacing books with tablets, there has been little system advancement in over a century. In the past, educational excellence meant providing students equal opportunity to learn information that was not easily or publically accessible. Today, information is available for free anywhere and anytime for anyone with Internet access. Therefore, information has become a commodity that no longer has any value in education. The process of forcing students to memorize information and then grading them on how well they regurgitate it is obsolete. Now, memorizing information is mainly needed as a foundation for innovation. The true value in education will reside solely in how students’ minds can be engaged to creatively use, assimilate and transform established information in new ways. This innovation may lead to either a conceptual or physical end product. Only levels and speeds of this creative process should be taught and graded. However, this is rarely happening in U.S. Education.

Consequently, the current state of education has resulted in the failure to achieve the main tenant of the U.S. Department of Education’s mission statement: “global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence”. Therefore, we cannot continue to approach education in the same way and expect different results.

Educators will be forced to experiment with teaching systems for decades to come until the evidence clearly points to a final process to implement. This will be a messy transition with many failures. Generations of students will be caught in the cross hairs of those teaching system experiments. During this transition, students who participate in music and arts programs will be in a classroom experience that will continue to engage their minds to expand creative abilities. But that calls for an explanation of the mind and how music and arts influence it.

The Cognitive Paradigm
While Neuroscience is making progress in understanding the human brain and how to measure intelligence, there is comparatively little progress in understanding the conscious, thinking human mind. Neuroscientists have no serious model of the detailed mechanisms of how the mind actually functions. The widespread assumption is that somehow millions of neurons fire in the brain to produce the mind. They equate brain with mind and intelligence with consciousness, even though each are separate things. So in order to help understand what kind of future education system needs to be implemented, the following advanced model of the mind is given.

The attributes of thought, intuition and emotion cannot originate from a brain cell that dies every 12 years. Furthermore, cells break down into molecules, atoms and subatomic particles. Consequently, there is simply no capacity within the construct of matter to harbor the mind. In computer terminology, the brain is like an adaptive biological motherboard while the mind is a separate operating system that runs and restructures the brain.

The human mind subconsciously saves to memory all sensory information input that the body sees, hears and experiences. Memory is therefore just established information that the mind can access, use and assimilate to attain unique perspectives. In this process, the mind’s force (e.g. volts) and transmission capacity (e.g. amps) is limited by how the physical brain is neurologically wired. It becomes necessary, then, for the brain to be constantly rewired by the mind to accommodate the mind’s force and transmission capacity needs. So the more the mind is stimulated to assimilate information, the more the mind rewires and expands the brain’s capabilities.

But the physical brain offers resistance (e.g. ohms) to the cognitive mind rewiring it. The addition of emotion to this process acts as a catalyst that stimulates the mind to greater output while simultaneously increasing its force to overcome the brain’s resistance. Emotion can range from fear to inspiration and from conflict to harmony. Therefore, having opportunities for students to experience controlled emotion while learning is needed within education. One of the triggers for emotion is the interaction with music and arts. That experience then stimulates the mind to assimilate information in ways that would not have happened otherwise. This ultimately leads to creativity.

So if the purpose of the mind is to create new information then an explanation needs to be given on how it is different from AI.

The AI Paradigm
AI (Artificial Intelligence) technology is constantly improving in its ability to instantly access and deliver relevant information. AI will eventually eliminate all future jobs whose main requirement is using memorized information. Furthermore, AI capabilities are advancing to creatively use, assimilate and transform established information into new information. So AI is already and will continue the process of being able to innovate e.g. IBM’s Watson. This capability alongside advancing (mechanical and then biological) robotics will scale and radically change the role of humans in society. AI will even replace humans performing most of the base functions in the STEM disciplines, just like calculators have replaced the need to do complex arithmetic by hand.

In the future, the only advantage humans will have compared to AI is our aforementioned (non-linear/divergent) thought, intuition and emotion. These unique attributes give humans the potential of innovating new information at such advanced levels and speeds that AI can never attain. Unfortunately, this cannot be achieved if students are not engaged in creativity

Conclusion
Students have been the first to sense the obsolescence of the education system. Ask teachers and they will tell you how students now regurgitate-and-forget information they are learning. The ones who have adapted to play this game the best, receive the best grades. This is just an evolutionary response because they know that memorized information is no longer necessary for their survival. Students are using AI as a tool outside of school every day to source any information they want. Their intuition is telling them that being forced to memorize information in school is essentially relegating them to compete with AI. They instinctively understand this is not just counterproductive, it’s self-defeating.

Students now want and need to become more creative. This corresponds with the demands of an evolving business ecosystem in which corporate survival now depends on the creativity of their adult teams. Consequently, all priorities in U.S. Education now must refocus on how to teach and develop students’ creative skill sets. This, and only this, will keep America competitive in the 21st century. But currently, few classes in school other than music and arts stimulate creativity. That is why music and fine arts are essential in education.

Evidence for these paradigms, along with documentation on the ultimate education system that will empower American Exceptionalism to lead the world can be found on: AntonKrutz.com/education

Written by Anton Krutz

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An Open Letter To Peter Thiel

Peter,

Here are three concepts that you have publicly expressed interest in:
1. To find something that’s true, that almost nobody agrees with.
2. To fix an institutionalized and homogenized education system.
3. To advance the developed world by being vertically intensive.

All three concepts are addressed as a process individually below. As well as being interconnected within a new paradigm that will emerge after a specific event takes place. That event is the launch of LED accelerator – CreateLEDaccelerator.com – a new dual system program within U.S. Education that will develop Zero to One breakthrough innovators.

First: To develop an understanding of breakthrough innovation, a new framework needs to be described within which the cognitive mind and the physical brain are distinct constructs of one system. The traits of personality, intuition, emotion and thought cannot originate from a brain cell. The breakdown of a cell goes to molecules, atoms, subatomic particles and all the way to quantum planck length frequencies. Furthermore, the brain cell dies every 12 years. Consequently, there is simply no capacity within the construct of matter to harbor the cognitive mind. In computer terminology, the brain is like an adaptive biological motherboard while the mind is the operating system that runs and restructures the brain.

The human mind saves to memory all information input that the body sees, hears and experiences. Memory is therefore just information that the mind can access and assimilate to attain unique perspectives. This output process results in created incremental innovation. In contrast, breakthrough innovation is discovered because that information already exists and just needs to be sourced. Breakthrough innovators use their discovered information to establish new guideposts and direction for incremental innovators and the rest of society to follow. The existence of the cosmos is not left to chance and neither is human evolution. “God does not play dice”.

Second: The premise of U.S. Education forcing students to memorize information and then grading them on how well they regurgitate it, is now obsolete. This process wires the mind completely against creativity and critical thinking. Furthermore, no part of the U.S. Education system exists to specifically recognize and develop our potential breakthrough innovator adolescents. The special skills of those adolescents are snuffed out, re-channeled to fit conventional career fields or disciplined for incremental innovation. That is why breakthrough innovators like Steve Jobs came into existence by pure chance, in spite of the education system. The solution is to disrupt U.S. Education from inside.

Individualized Project Based Learning is the future of U.S. Education. But educators cannot explain, as a process, how to establish and evolve it. Educators will therefore cautiously experiment and waste generations of students’ lives until a process starts to develop. LED accelerator will break this bottleneck by developing adolescents that will adopt best practices as they strive to pursue big opportunity goals. Continually changing outcomes will provide evidence-based data on what aspects of LED accelerator can be implemented as guideposts for Project Based Learning. This process will then continually advance U.S. Education as a whole.

Third: LED accelerator shares the goals of other dual systems like Xerox, PARC, DARPA and Google X, that were created to be vertically intensive within their respective parent organization. The difference is that malleable brains of adolescents in this system are simultaneously being wired for adaptive algorithms by their experiences to better source innovation. LED accelerator adolescents will collaborate and compete while using tools that exist in the current world to manifest the products and services they intuitively see existing in the future world. Within this process they will face adversity and fail more than they succeed. Hence, they will all develop resiliency. As adults, that trait will be forged into courage.

Courage along with a honed intellectual and intuitive capability will be the skill set foundation of future leaders. This foundation will be crucial to successfully meet the immense challenge of guiding society with and through constant disruptive innovation. That is why LED accelerator adolescents will grow up to be leaders within the private, public, military and religious sectors of this exceptional nation. But societies in other developed nations will also need guideposts to follow as well. So LED accelerator is not just a program that will Make America Great Again. It will be the sustainable core of American Exceptionalism to lead the world.

In Conclusion: At this point you may be thinking that this new paradigm is limited to utilitarian tactics and strategy. Where is the breathtaking long-range vision and fun behind it you ask. It is anchored in the understanding that millions of future years of information in the form of breakthrough physics and technology can potentially be sourced. While the construct of planned randomness ensures that future human experiences and conflicts remain only as planned probabilities, the information for breakthrough physics and technology is set. Everything from Strong AI bots, to medical instruments that use frequencies in repairing DNA, to disc shaped Starships that without drag are propelled forward at near light speed by moving space-matter and spacetime around the vessel. [The current static model of spacetime is incorrect because it is the dynamic 5th force within one unified field. Some of the effects of this 5th force is attributed to nonexistent dark matter and dark energy placeholders.] Additionally, travel between star systems will be made possible by going through Einstein-predicted wormholes to explore the Milky Way frontier and engage its millions of sentient inhabited worlds.
ALL. THIS. INFORMATION. EXISTS. NOW.
Wouldn’t it be fun to hack our matrix ecosystem and go source it?

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Self directed learning needs to be led by evidence based processes

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Article on self-directed learning by Tom Vander Ark.

Self-directed learning is the future of U.S. Education. But to get to that sustainable outcome there will be hesitant and cautious experiment after experiment. All the while U.S. Education will be constantly behind the innovation curve. LED accelerator will break this bottleneck by developing its own unique doctrines and learning strategies.  The hyper competitive adolescents within each LED accelerator will continuously adopt best practices to evolve their culture and strive to address Big Opportunities. Outcomes will be sustainable because they will be continuously analyzed and debated by educators to provide evidence-based data on what aspects of the ever evolving LED accelerator processes can be implemented to advance U.S. Education as a whole. More information found on: CreateLEDaccelerator.com

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Developing Breakthrough Innovators in U.S. Education

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Breakthrough innovators throughout history have described their work as a process of discovery, always sensing a final vision of what they eventually manifested. Within this process all past and future breakthrough innovation has always existed conceptually, ready to be sourced by breakthrough innovators. It was possible for breakthrough innovators to do this because they were coincidentally positioned in their fields along with having brains that were naturally wired with developed algorithms, to be able to source the innovation.

Since there is a process to discover breakthrough innovation, there is therefore a process to develop future breakthrough innovators. This process takes the form of LED accelerator, a dual system program within U.S. Education. LED accelerator will accelerate how breakthrough innovation is discovered and then beneficially allocated within society. The select adolescents within this program will grow up to be leaders within the private, public, military and religious sectors of this exceptional nation. In turn, the future core of American Exceptionalism to lead the world, will run through this program.

More in depth explanation is found on: CreateLEDaccelerator.com

 

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Entrepreneurs ‘Create In Their Image’

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This article, 11 skills that differentiate successful entrepreneurs from organizational leaders, lists the qualities and skill set differentiators that a Harvard Business School study between entrepreneurs and non-entrepreneurs. But they missed one of the most important ones. That is natural entrepreneurs feel caged within a pre-organized structure/regiment. Be it a school or corporation. In contrast they feel free in an un-organized structure that they can then lean into and organize through their vision. In essence, entrepreneurs are driven to ‘create in their image’. All their different skill sets are simply resources for them to use in fulfilling that prime directive.

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The Secret of Immigrant Genius

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The following article discusses how immigrants are responsible for so much creative innovation: The Secret of Immigrant Genius.

The reason for this is because the mind of an immigrant is forced to think in multiple paradigms while they are still unaccustomed to the new host country. This is because immigrants have to convert the language and culture from their old paradigms and use them within the language and culture of the new paradigm. And being forced to think in multiple paradigms is the prerequisite for creativity.

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Do we really need to Break out of the Matrix?

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The following article is about how Elon Musk and other tech and corporate billionaires are convinced we live in a matrix: Tech billionaires convinced we live in the Matrix are secretly funding scientists to help break us out of it.

They are correct in that our physical reality is a matrix. But the huge apprehension and concern of Elon and others that we need to try to escape the matrix is not warranted. Our cognition is already located in a different dimension from our physical dimension. So there is nothing to escape from to begin with. This is explained in detail as a process within the first Unified Field Theory.

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Does Happiness Or Conflict Make Us More Creative?

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The following article is on how happiness makes us less creative: Scientists explain how happiness makes us less creative.

The scientists here misunderstand the outcomes. Creativity is not stimulated from happiness or unhappiness but from emotion. The strongest emotion is manifest through the interaction that involves conflict. Therefore, the process involving conflict would, in rudimentary terms, be described as unhappy by study participants. But think of how brutal the conflict is within the particle interaction of nuclear fusion of the sun. Yet how much energy that produces. Same goes with creativity. That is the reason human DNA is set up for conflict while lower life forms are not.

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