A Blueprint to build conscious machines
The Meca Sapiens Blueprint, is a Cognitive Architecture that provides a complete, step by step, solution to transform autonomous agents into Self-aware Entities. The Meca Sapiens Architecture was created by Jean E. Tardy.
The Meca Sapiens Blueprint is the only cognitive architecture available that describes a complete solution to achieve Synthetic Consciousness.
The Meca Sapiens Blueprint proposes that consciousness is not a subjective experience but an observable system capability whose characteristics are self-awareness and intentional mutation. This objective understanding of consciousness makes it possible to implement Artificial Consciousness today on conventional computers using available tools and techniques.
Consciousness is not a subjective sensation, it is a specific capability that only humans currently possess.
The Meca Sapiens architecture is Computer specific in the sense that the mechanisms to implement Synthetic Consciousness are based on computer specific structures, capabilities and techniques. It does not mimic or attempt to replicate the organization or functioning of the human brain.
The Meca Sapiens Blueprint does not attempt to replicate the human brain. It proposes to build a radically different form of self-awareness.
The Meca Sapiens Architecture is complete. All the major components, structures and interactions that are necessary to implement self-awareness and intentionality in a machine have been defined.
The Meca Sapiens Blueprint is more than a hypothetical framework, it is a complete System Architecture, ready for design and implementation.