Concentrated Intelligence
Intelligence
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An intelligent entity (such as a Jupiter-Brain or ISO) which is spatially concentrated into a single volume, as dense as possible, to reduce communications lag. This arrangement is not as flexible as a distributed intelligence, but probably more efficient.
 
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Development Notes
Text by Anders Sandberg

Initially published on 24 September 2001.