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An AI Discovery In Three Parts


Ian Beardsley

2017 by Ian Beardsley

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Introduction To An AI Discovery
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In order to understand my derivation of structure in artificial intelligence (AI) and in its

connection with life, or, the organic in general, we have to accept my definition of structure,
which is, it is that which has the golden ratio, or its conjugate, in its means arithmetic, geometric,
and harmonic. Now we address accepting that definition. To do that we have to find out why
doped silicon, the basis of AI, is dynamic due to having the golden ratio conjugate in its means,
arithmetic, geometric, and harmonic where we are speaking of the molar masses of the
semiconducting material silicon (Si) and doping agents phosphorus (P) and Boron (B).

We cannot consider the percentage of the doping agents used to make a semiconductor,
because that can vary from electronic component to electronic component, manufactured. So,
we look at, instead, when doping silicon with phosphorus and boron, the ratio of phosphorus to
silicon in number of atoms, and the ratio of boron to silicon in number of atoms. In both cases, it
is four silicon atoms to one atom of doping agents. Let me explain (next page):
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Silicon: Has four electrons in its outer shell

. Si .

The outer shell wants eight to be full so, silicon atoms bind with other silicon atoms covalently,
that is, each shares it four with the four of the other, to make a crystal:

.. ..
: Si : Si :
.. ..
: Si : Si :
.. ..

To make semi conductors, we dope silicon with boron and phosphorus. Boron has three
electrons in its outer shell and phosphorus has five electrons in its outer shell:

. ..
. B. . P . Doping silicon with boron makes it deficient by one electron, and, doping it with
. phosphorus make it have an extra electron. This means doped silicon can carry
a current, because in the case of silicon doped with boron there is a hole in which electrons can
fall into, creating a new hole in another atom, and, in the case of silicon doped with phosphorus,
the extra electron can move freely through the crystal.

.. .. .. .. .. ..
: Si : Si : Si : : Si : Si : Si:
.. .. .. .. ..
: Si : B : Si : : Si : P : Si :
.. . .. .. .. ..
: Si : Si : Si : : Si : Si : Si :
.. .. .. .. .. ..

4+3=7 4+5=9
8-7=1+ 8-9=1-
positive type negative type
silicon (p type) silicon (n type)
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Now that we have explained that, we simply note that the molar mass of silicon is 28.09 grams
per mole, the molar mass of phosphorus is 30.97 grams per mole, and the molar mass of boron
is 10.81 grams per mole, then do the following calculations:

4(28.09) = 112.36 grams

112.36/30.97 = 3.628 grams of silicon per gram of phosphorus (n-type)

112.36/10.81 = 10.394 grams of silicon per gram of boron (p-type)

This is a first step towards unlocking the AI mystery I have presented. It says that for n-type
silicon a phosphorus atom is bound to and surrounded by a cluster of silicon atoms 3.628 times
more massive than it and, that for p-type silicon a boron atom is is bound to and surrounded by
a cluster of silicon atoms 10.394 times more massive than it.

Laying it out like this, we can begin to tackle the problem (which is the problem laid out in the
next section of this paper titled, An AI Discovery.
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An AI Discovery
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How did I discover this? By first coming up with a definition for structure, then, finding it in
organic and artificial life, then noticing a pattern and, finally writing out what results from that:
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Annotations For An AI Discovery

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