What would be the result of an AI subject to a data stream or information stream, fed to it from events in an "external world", if it could not find any pattern within that stream by the methods it has in determining patterns?
Would the response be because of the limitation of its methods in determining patterns or would you be able to conclude that the information from those events are undetermined and therefore could be stated as random?
Or would the AI be unable to ever determine using its methods whether the information fed to it was from a random undetermined world because it needed an eternity of information to determine whether the data was random or not?
So what I guess I'm asking is the pursuit of creating AI by mankind on a similar level of limitation by the accumulation of "Knowledge" over time as is the other pursuits of mankind within science etc, and is only going to be achieved simultaneously with the acquisition of "knowledge" from these other pursuits. If the determination of a simulated model comes from the physics of a determined world or not will there ever be a model because of the eternity of determining whether the information from the "external world" is determined or not.