- How to create General AI with nuclear powered calculators?
- 04 Mar 2021 02:01:49 am Permalink
Hello, I would like to know how I can power my quantum super computer of over 500 Ti-84 CE calculators at my school with a nuclear reactor, To do this I need help answering a few simple questions. How does one acquire large amounts of Uranium 235 on the internet through means not linked to my identity / trackable by the government. How does one regulate how much power is generated so my calculators don't blow up or the reactor doesn't go critical? How do I dispose of nuclear waste without environmental agencies asking to many questions? Also, Of course without some hardware modifications I wouldn't be able to get much power out of my calculators even with downloading more ram. To overclock my cpu and due to the shortage of silicon chips in recent times, and also (mostly) so I can have a fully environmentally friendly setup I will simply be replacing the silicon chips with a new and smarter solution: pure einsteinium computer chips. They are very smart and quick chips, Einstein was in fact a genius! After that I will need to connect my calculators to the internet. I would like to use the entire internet as a training data set for my general AI. How can I modify the calculators and be able to connect to the internet? There is also a few more problem that needs to be solved for my plan to work out, The calculators needs more graphical power, Why? How can my computer effectively create a simulated reality if it has little to no graphical power. I would like someone to help me create and develop an einsteinium based 3090 graphics card for each of my TI-84 Plus CE calculators. If you help me I'll make sure the AI doesn't exterminate you and maybe even your family! I will also need to produce a custom motherboard and hook it up to the calculators to be able to effectively pair the graphics card, cpu, and finally the new ram going into my system. I would also like to know how I can effectively and cheaply produce DDDDRRRR++ 15000 Megapixel 10O TB ram sticks in groups of 4 for each of my calculators. Creating a General AI needs a lot of ram, as they say. The RAM on the base calculator wont cut it, even with overclocking. Anyway, That's all! Please get back to be ASAP with answers to my questions! I need answers by Friday so I can have the super computer running by monday with nobody at my school noticing!