as citated from my own personal website:
"elecsistor -electro transistor- multi output
what if there were transistors which could give a false, neutral and true out?
would the computer world change?
would it finally be possible for computers to actually have a 'hunam-like' AI?
i think this is possible, it just needs time and research.
i came on the idea when i was talking during a trip in a car with my dad about aliens..
we know they are here (some won't admit it :p), but what for..?
my dad and i agreed that nukes weren't possible due to their 'indirect' education to us (as we know as ideas)
and then i suddenly had an idea of a really smart AI, one that is really impossible to do with current techniques.
one that could actually learn, and developed itself.
then i thought, how is such a thing possible?
i think it is possible with current techniques, but we don't use those techniques the right way.. (yet)
as you might know, i'm an audio freak and love electronics, but if i combine them, what would happen?
then i got the idea of using electro-magnets and use their electromagnetic fields to manipulate the source input (or output) from a transistor,
in which it can be leaded into 3 (or more) directions, resulting in (for example) these numbers: -1, 0, 1. meaning: false, neutral, true.
now i know it has complications when using this technique in a magnetic field (from a subwoofer for example)
and i also (still) don't how to send the right signal to it for a result in true, neutral or false.. (see the edit for an update)
the third thing is most probably the most diffucult, if we as humanity manage to make this to work: how to program it?
anyway, i really hope this will be possible and turned into reality soon. (because i want to see how computers can develop themselfs in my life)
anyway, this is most probably not going to happen, but i am happy you have read this, and hopefully, enjoyed this~ ^_^
i think i've found a way to set the result (output) true = a +v going in, neutral is nothing going in, false is a negative volt in.
posted on: may 17, 2013."
does any of you have an opinion about this? if so i really want to know~ ^-^
( source on my site )