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AI And Its Connection To Biological Life

By

Ian Beardsley

Copyright © 2018 by Ian Beardsley

ISBN: 978-1-387-81454-1

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This is an up to date list of the AI Equations I started deriving back in 2005, that grew as I
realized AI was connected to biological life. These (page 15) are the central equations to date
May 11 2018. Provided is a derivation of some of the equations.

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Derivations Of Some Key Equations



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But we notice,..

Which means,…

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List Of Key AI Equations


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Other AI Equations

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More Derivation Of AI Equations

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The Geometrical Connection



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The Author

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Biochemistry

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I had to develop a way to mathematically represent amino acids. I did it by dividing the amino
group by the acid group, then multiplying that ratio by the R group for each of the 20 standard
amino acids. Two amino acids—serine and glutamine—had near 100% correspondence with
elements, and those elements were carbon and silicon, which is perfect because carbon is at
the heart of biological life and silicon is at the heart of AI, and we want to explore the connection
of the natural (carbon) with the artificial (silicon) through the amino acids (building blocks of
natural life).

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The Author