The simulation hypothesis : an MIT computer scientist shows why AI, quantum physics and eastern mystics agree we are in a video game
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- ISBN: 9780983056904
- ISBN: 0983056900
313 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: [Cambridge, Massachusetts?] : Bayview, .
- Copyright: ©2019.
|Summary, etc.:||"The Simulation Hypothesis is the idea that our physical reality, far from being a solid physical universe, is part of an increasingly sophisticated video game-like simulation, consisting of pixels with its own internal clock.In the Simulation Hypothesis, the mysteries of quantum science, the path of artificially intelligent consciousness, the evolution of VR and quantum computers, along with previously taboo subjects like consciousness and karma, are brought together into a cohesive, information-based computer science framework. [...] For the first time, the Simulation Hypothesis delves into all the angles that make this remarkable theory one of the most important of our time!"--|
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