The computer is made up of NAND conditional statements.

And "conditional statements that read and write conditional statements" must exist.

For example "Modify conditional statement 2 if conditional statement 1 exists."

Anyway, is there any artificial intelligence using this metaprogramming?

  • $\begingroup$ Alan Turing has formulated the idea of a stored-program electronic computing machine in the year 1935 under the name Turing machine. It's an universal computer which can manipulates it's own symbols. A more easier to realize concept is a Stack-machine which has the same power. How to use these capabilities in building robots and solving problems is under research since decades. $\endgroup$ – Manuel Rodriguez Jul 21 '19 at 7:16
  • $\begingroup$ @ManuelRodriguez are there any concept that turing machine+evolutionary algorithm? $\endgroup$ – Dimer Jul 21 '19 at 10:48
  • $\begingroup$ The question make sense, because it allows to delimit the idea of metaprogramming to genetic programming of Turing machines. Unfortunately, the number of literature is higher than expected. It seems, that the problem of automatic programming was recognized by many researchers in the past as well, especially with the goal to build intelligent machines. $\endgroup$ – Manuel Rodriguez Jul 21 '19 at 12:07

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