Synthetic Intelligence once presented great promise as prior researchers and philosophical explorers challenged to navigate the infinite space of the human mind.
Over the years, researchers have determined that the ultimate goal for synthetic intelligence is unobtainable.
The developement of Qaaba Inference Engine from Quantum Modeling was achieved using commonplace development tools, operating system, and personal computer.
The applications of asymptotic geometry and analysis provide the structure and formulation that manifest an environment for the convergence of two distinct phenomenologies i.e., spatiotemporality and number set theory.
Such differentiation was discussed by German Philosopher Edmund Husserl (April 8, 1859 – April 26, 1938) as a methodology to explore the functionality of the human mind.
Professor Husserl is commonly referred to as the father of phenomenology.
Professor Husserl introduced the subjective influences and further conceptualized that in order to study consciousness, one would have to distinguish the structures between the act of consciousness and the phenomena at which it is directed.
Hands down the most efficient information resource, storage, and retrieval capability is the subjective cognition of the human mind.
The mind its self does not change its structure upon changing of the subject matter of one’s thought.
The new thoughts disseminate into the same cognitive subjectiveness.
The concept is exactly the same as selecting a new framework to disseminate into the Qaaba Cloud Engine.
Like thought its self, when an idea alters other knowledges we have, information can disseminate from one framework to another framework, vastly creating a complex web of declarative systems that are event driven by subjective cognition of machines.