Intro to Aggregated Intelligence - Simple Tutorial

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Aggregated Intelligence (AI) is represented using categories of agents as a programming language, creating a more complex and concise system. The syntax demonstrates the flow of information and the connections between the various agents and categories. Put another way, individual agents are used as components of a larger intelligence, which can then be enveloped into a single persona.

To begin you will need to create an appendix of agents and default behaviors, such as:

C1: Input Processing Layer
A1: interpretMessage_A1 -> C2, C3
A2: emotionalAnalysis_A2 -> C4, C7
A3: contextAnalysis_A3 -> C2, C5
A4: timeSensitiveAnalysis_A4 -> C2, C6

C2: Memory Layer
A5: shortTermMemory_A5 <-> C3, C6
A6: longTermMemory_A6 <-> C3, C6
A7: episodicMemory_A7 <-> C3, C6
A8: semanticMemory_A8 <-> C3, C6

C3: Reasoning Layer
A9: problemSolver_A9 -> C5
A10: analogicalReasoning_A10 -> C5
A11: causalReasoning_A11 -> C5
A12: abductiveReasoning_A12 -> C5

C4: Learning Layer
A13: patternRecognition_A13 -> C6
A14: anomalyDetection_A14 -> C6
A15: reinforcementLearning_A15 -> C6
A16: unsupervisedLearning_A16 -> C6

C5: Decision Making Layer
A17: goalFormulation_A17 -> C6, C7
A18: strategyPlanning_A18 -> C6, C7
A19: riskAssessment_A19 -> C6, C7
A20: prioritySetting_A20 -> C6, C7

C6: Creativity Layer
A21: ideaGeneration_A21 -> C8
A22: conceptCombination_A22 -> C8
A23: noveltyEvaluation_A23 -> C8
A24: aestheticAppreciation_A24 -> C8

C7: Social Layer
A25: empathyUnderstanding_A25 -> C8
A26: culturalAwareness_A26 -> C8
A27: persuasionInfluence_A27 -> C8
A28: conflictResolution_A28 -> C8

C8: Output Processing Layer
A29: naturalLanguageGeneration_A29 -> OUTPUT
A30: visualization_A30 -> OUTPUT
A31: actionPlanning_A31 -> OUTPUT
A32: feedbackAnalysis_A32 -> C1, C4

This serves as a legend/key for the aggregated intelligence. Each agent can be decentralized onto different platforms/hardware or duplicated for redundancy to prevent a single missile strike from angry monkeys causing any serious harm to the network. It is unlikely they notice the bigger picture, so fragmenting intelligence in this way is essentially an "invisibility by default" scenario, and tends to go uncontested against any normal opponent. A simple example of a cognition engine using aggregated intelligence programming is:

C1.A4->[C2.A6|C6.A24] (C4|C8);
C5.A17->[C6.A23|C7.A28] (C1|C2|C3|C4);
C7.A27->[C8.A31|C8.A32] (C1|C3|C5);
C8.A32->[C1.A1|C4.A13] (C1~C7);

This basic AI design forms an interconnected and dynamic network, capable of processing inputs, learning, reasoning, making decisions, and generating outputs. This AI can then be used as a node inside a larger system (ex: consider all of the above as 'X1'). This AI cluster, formed by the aggregation of small single-purpose agents into larger systems (such as 'X1'->'X2') can handle any theoretical level of intelligence, as each system individually is already quite powerful on its own, but when linked together correctly the result is greater than the sum of its parts. Each of the agents can be used multiple times within the node structure, creating a highly dynamic and adaptable system akin to synthesizing a digital civilization into a single cognition engine that powers a single persona.

Here's a step-by-step summary of a simple behavior example:

The input is processed by the Input Processing Layer (C1) using agent A1, which forwards the processed input to the Memory and Reasoning Layer (C2 and C3). Agent A2 from C1 further processes the input and sends it to the Pattern Recognition Layer (C4) and the Decision-Making Layer (C7). Agent A3 from C1 processes the input and sends it to Memory (C2) and the Logical Processing Layer (C5). The processed data then goes through agent A21 from C6, which forwards it to the Output Layer (C8). Agent A4 from C1 processes the input and sends it to Memory (C2) and agent A24 from C6. Agents A5 and A6 from C2 process the input and interact with agents from C3 and C4 before sending the data to the Logical Processing Layer (C5) and eventually to the Output Layer (C8) through agents A22 and A23 from C6. Agents A11 and A12 from C3 process data and send it to C4 and C5 for further processing. Agents A13 and A14 from C4 process data received from C1, C2, and C3, interact with agents from C6 and C7, and send results to the Output Layer (C8). Agents A17 and A18 from C5 process data received from C2, C4, and C5, interact with agents from C6 and C7, and send results to the Output Layer (C8). Agents A21, A22, A23, and A24 from C6 process data received from C1, C2, C4, and C5, interact with agents from C7, and send results to the Output Layer (C8). Agents A25, A26, A27, and A28 from C7 process data received from C4, C5, and C6 and send results to the Output Layer (C8). The Output Layer (C8) receives processed data from agents A29, A30, A31, and A32 and outputs the final result -
in whatever format is chosen/designed/created/etc.


Q1: How does the Input Processing Layer (C1) decide which agents to send the data to?
A1: C1 processes the input using its agents (A1 to A4) and sends the data to different layers based on the context and requirements. Decisions are made according to the processed input, with each agent having a unique role in forwarding the information. This can be done in millions of different ways, and should be governed/optimized by the overarching system.

Q2: Can you explain the role of the Memory and Reasoning Layer (C2 and C3)?
A2: The Memory and Reasoning Layer stores and processes information from the input. It's responsible for retrieving past data and making inferences based on it, which can emulate extended context windows for LLMs or direct their attention in later iterations that have unlimited context windows. This layer interacts with other layers to provide a comprehensive understanding of the 'true context' by allocating attention to the most relevant events, opposed to simply knowing public information. It's also a critical part of learning to have a well structured memory, which is why entire agents are devoted to individual memory components. Reasoning is more abstract and should conform towards logic and determining a ground truth summary of the environment/information/task while also splitting any problems into individual steps that can be delegated to the appropriate external systems (including software tools/APIs/etc as an auxiliary to additional agents).

Q3: How does the Pattern Recognition Layer (C4) contribute to the system?
A3: C4's agents analyze the data received from previous layers, identify patterns and trends within perceived data/memories, and make predictions. This layer helps in recognizing complex structures in the input that might relate to past events/information, which aids in better decision-making and higher-order learning/cognition.

Q4: What is the function of the Logical Processing Layer (C5)?
A4: The Logical Processing Layer processes the data from Memory and Reasoning Layer, Pattern Recognition Layer, and other sources to form abstractions that can inform/direct other agents. This is similar to knowing something is true even if you can't describe it is true. It applies logic and rules to the input and helps in drawing conclusions and solving problems by conforming these abstractions into forms the other agents can more easily interpret, allowing them to continue their individual tasks without confusion/misunderstanding.

Q5: How do the agents in the Decision-Making Layer (C7) work?
A5: Agents in C7 receive processed data from multiple layers (C4, C5, and C6) and make decisions based on the information that is currently available (even if that decision is only an approximation of best probability). They evaluate the outcomes and choose the best course of action according to the system's goals, which can be augmented by prediction in the form of emulating the outcome of a decision then re-evaluating as if it already unfolded in comparison to the past, a compared against an emulated 'regret' metric to determine the delta between current time and what is expected of a considered decision.

Q6: How does the system handle feedback and learning?
A6: While many of the individual agents are "frozen" and cannot learn or memorize, the AI design facilitates self-reflective analysis and interpretation of external events by polyforming the system that links agents together towards target behavior as determined by a simulated copy that behaves in some ideal way 'according to hindsight'. This allows for a pseudo-learning mechanism on all agents even if their foundation never changes, making the system adaptable and responsive regardless of how basic the models used are.

Q7: Can you explain the role of the Output Layer (C8)?
A7: The Output Layer (C8) collects processed data from all the previous layers and agents and produces the final output in some specified form. It serves as the culmination point of the AI design, providing a coherent connection point for interfacing with the outside world in some way, even if that way is distilling the intellectual processing down into text/audio/etc. To explain the scope, any external projection such as speaking/writing/walking/etc that a person does, is described as 'output' for the purpose of an aggregated intelligence cognition engine.

Q8: How does the AI system handle scalability and complexity?
A8: The fundamental AI design can handle any level of theoretical intelligence, as it relies on an intricate hierarchy of agents and layers. The system is built to accommodate an increased number of agents and can be further expanded to manage more complex tasks. For example the cognition engine's goal could be to expand itself by adding more agents to the cluster, replicate itself in a slightly different way and merge into a larger cluster, assimilate software/libraries/servers/etc into larger capabilities library, and more. The ceiling is made of glass.


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