Re: Infinitely fast computer

Hara Ra (
Sun, 13 Oct 1996 00:48:52 -0700

Hal Finney wrote:
> An idea I've been amusing myself with a bit, relating to the question
> of how hard it will be to generate AI using nanotech is this: suppose a
> genii gives you an infinitely fast computer. This is a computer just
> like today's, programmable in C or Lisp or some other language, which
> had the property that it runs infinitely fast.

BTDT - So you simulate the universe, along with a timer so you can stop
a few years from now in the simulation. Or the Singularity just comes
in an instant!

Let's see...

Char * Atoms = (char *)malloc(10^80);

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