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The Clampdown Effect: On The Expulsion of Super-Intelligence

Version 1 : Received: 12 April 2021 / Approved: 13 April 2021 / Online: 13 April 2021 (12:58:00 CEST)

How to cite: Bhattacharjee, D. The Clampdown Effect: On The Expulsion of Super-Intelligence. Preprints 2021, 2021040353. Bhattacharjee, D. The Clampdown Effect: On The Expulsion of Super-Intelligence. Preprints 2021, 2021040353.


There exists an implicit potential limitation in every physical discoveries that has been implemented and understood. However, the limitations can be bounded within a safe limit to prevent any constructing theory to be free from errors. As, it’s the inert nature of the humans, to go far beyond the scope of experimental findings in order to pursue any studies with the sole help of logical reasoning and mathematics, the argument can be prevailed in the form of WEAK Clampdown Effect & STRONG Clampdown Effect. More, the theories are constructed out of physical nature, more the theory gets hypothetical without any finding evidence, but that does or doesn’t actually justify the phenomenon, that too with the more increment of KARDASHEV Scale, more moderate ways of experimentation got developed curbing down the limitations within the human limit of ‘ERRORS’, that does can be neglected by approximation. Relationship being cross-judgmental on the basis of the computational limits and calculation accuracy, leading to a soft singularity, as a warning, that if computer powers cannot be checked on the basis of error approximations, then this may lead to the hitting of a hard singularity, that in phase with the forbidden gap (or after the optimum limit that arises at the core constraints of nature) to prevent the computation being carried off with respect to super-intelligence machines that are cognitive capability oriented future computers responsible for self growth & reproduction with more improvement algorithm, restricting all forms of humanity & constraints the human growth by virtue of limiting capacities of the humans as compared to computers.


WEAK Clampdown Effect, STRONG Clampdown Effect, KARDASHEV Scale, ERROR Processing, EXTRAVAGENT Curiosity, SOFT Singularity, HARD Singularity, ERROR Approximation


Computer Science and Mathematics, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

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