QMASPing and applications of the intelligence and interest spectrum of human brains

Greetings. My name is Allen Young; I’m a transhumanistic Asian-American man who does AI, robotics, biotech, and nuclear-fusion tech research.

One major goal I pursue is completely finding out how the human brain operates exactly at tissular, cellular, subcellular, molecular, and atomic levels.

Functionally, the human brain does a number of major things: internal human body function regulation, sensory inputs processing, human thoughts and psychology and linguistic expressions creation, and motor control.

The modern science does not know how the human brain operates exactly, and I aim to rectify that problem, hopefully within a few decades.

One thing I aim to accomplish is microscopically and if possible nanoscopically 3D scanning entire human brains to locate and publish the three-dimenional positions of all the cells, dendrites, axons, and synapses in human brains. According to the internet, the latest scientific estimate of the number of cells in the human brain is 171 billion, 86 billion of them being neurons. With the current information technology, storing and transmitting the three-dimensional coordinates of 171 billion elements is easily and cheaply possible. If a coordinate is stored as a 64-bit floating-point number, 192 bits or 64 bytes are required to store the 3D coordinates of an element; for storing the 3D coordinates of 171 billion elements, 4.1TB is needed, which can be stored in a single 4TB hard disk drive that cost US$83, or a single SSD or solid-state drive that cost US$350 in late AD 2022.

Another thing I aim to accomplish is the analysis, determination and publication of all the biochemicals in the human brain, and the entire human body.

I want to identify and publish a number of functional characteristics of the human brains.

I want to identify and publish how the human brain does visual, aural, tactile, olfactory, and gustatory sensory information processing, exactly.

I want to identify and publish how the human brain creates the human thoughts, psychologies, speeches, writings, and outwardly observable behaviors in the human social, economic, sexual, political, competitive, collaborative, creative, and procreative behavior dimensions.

I want to identify and publish how and why there are differences in intelligence levels and types in the human brains, and human consequences caused by human intelligence differences.

I want to QMASP (Quantify, Model, Analyze, Simulate, and Predict) the intelligence and interest spectrum of human brains, and apply the human brain knowledge in creating synthetic and artificial and manufactured human brains for applications in artificial intelligence, biomedicine, and human longevity biotech.

I have noticed that the brains of ordinary people focus on survival, subsistence, and marginal prosperity (a bit of material and procreative comfort), and avoid expecting big things and big responsibilities for themselves. I want to find out, document, and publish the exact types and causes of emotional rewards and punishment in ordinary people’s brains.

I have noticed that the brains of superintelligent people focus on deeper intellectual understandings, thriving and abundant prosperity, and embrace expecting big things and big responsibilities for themselves. I want to find out, document, and publish the exact types and causes of emotional rewards and punishment in superintelligent people’s brains.

One scientific goal I pursue is finding the human-brain cellular and subcellular causes of ordinary and superintelligent human brains.

One research intention I have is completely understanding how the human brain works; the research plan I pursue for QMASPing ordinary and superintelligent human brains is developing 3D-scanner microscopy technology, and human-brain tissue and cell staining technologies, for imaging and publishing all of the 171 billion cells (86 billion neurons) in the human brain; I also pursue developing human brain QMASPing computing technology for computationally quantifying, modeling, analyzing, simulating, and predicting human-brain states at tissular, cellular, subcellular, molecular, atomic, and subatomic levels.

I also aim to answer the question, “knowing how ordinary and superintelligent human brains operate, what should be the function, purpose, and role of artificial intelligence, and manufactured and artificial human brains in humanity?”

I pursue QMASPing the humanity with manufactured and artificial human brains; I aim to QMASP how humanity will transform when advanced artificial intelligence, and manufactured and artificial human brains, become commonplace in humanity.

I pursue QMASPing the manifestations of different types or categories of human interests in human brains, such as artistic, linguistic, musical, athletic, scientific, technological, social, sexual, economic, political, competitive, collaborative, creative, and procreative human interests.

My expectation is that artificial intelligence and artificial brains will be creative tools for humans. Given more material and mental resources, all humans do is creating more material and conceptual stuff. I expect that the ultimate role and focus of artificial intelligence and artificial brains will be no more than enabling humans to create more material and conceptual stuff.

If you haven’t already, visit Robocentric.com/Future, and buy and read my book, titled The Future, to learn how I advance artificial intelligence, robotics, human immortality biotech, and mass-scale outer space humanity expansion tech.

If you would like to support what I do, make donations at Robocentric.com/Donation.

Allen Young

The transhumanistic Asian-American man who publicly promotes and advances AI, robotics, human body biotech, and mass-scale outer space tech.