Memetica
Thursday, September 09, 2004
Unbounded memetic landscape
John Battelle is asking for comments on his vision of a world with Perfect Search.

Well, the world of the Perfect Search would not be interesting. Asimov was great in exploring in his "I Robot" short stories the shortcomings and unintended consequences of his own laws. I can much more easily imagine someone building a vision of the future where the Perfect Search has been promised but underdelivers, then the utopistic version.

Mathematicians are well equipped in exploring the theoretical limits of their models, and Godel did so very well with his Theorem: we now know thanks to him that scientific exploration is an endless adventure. The memetic field of intensely interacting intentional agents (pardon my cacophony) must be similarly unbounded.
 
Ideas fighting it out in the scarce resource of a mind.

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