It should be a short amount of time before we start seeing exponential complexity growth as the target of AI algorithms, likely involving the golden ratio.
We are already using the golden ratio to perform quantum computations :
So, once we scale parallelization to GPU-like networks of quantum processors, we can then be sure we have entered the territory where AI and the Golden Ratio are inherently more intrinsic.
As far as accelerating the learning models/algorithms with them, we can only hope something so fantastic would be found in the future of AI as well; who knows, maybe they will come out of course through necessity much like the biological computers we all execute and replicate our code from, and it's environment :
Not to say it will be the only property present, as the article concludes the golden ratio is "most likely" only related by "chance". I'm sure the same random chance by which it relates to black hole entropy, and, everything else it relates to :P.