.comment-link {margin-left:.6em;}

-Through my eyes-

22 January 2005

Rethinking Centralization

So apparently humans have a hard time understanding that a perfect functional and normal system can exist without any centralized guidance/authority. Being raised in an environment where command structures exit, the things we create have centralization as the basic premises.

E.g. computers are built on the notion of centralization, i.e., Central Processing Unit. At the hardware level, Control Unit in the CPU controls and executes commands. At software level we have Operating Systems controlling and coordinating program resources.

All of our computing efforts need to be redesigned outside the box of centralized control. The neurones somehow work together, doing massive multi-parallel processing no computers can do today. We need to redesign computers with emergence in mind.

0 Comments:

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home