*t*and an arbitrary input

*x*and say if

*t*will halt on

*x*or not.

A question: Given a computable problem

*P*, is it possible to have a Turing machine that will output a Turing machine that solves

*P*? In English, can we make a computer program that is a programmer?

A brain can do this. A brain (IMHO) is an advanced device that can compute things. If a brain can do it, can a Turing machine? If not, perhaps there is a more powerful computational automaton than a Turing machine, just as a Turing machine is more powerful than a push-down automaton, which in turn is more powerful than a finite-state automaton?

Thinking about this kind of thing makes me want to go back to school.

## 3 comments:

Hi Rob!

You wrote that you were working on pornhub project.

We need a script similar to that of that site.

Can you do that kind of work?

Val

val_2782 yahoo.com

hahaha that's a hilarious comment. That site was the result of at least a year of work by 3-4 programmers.

So, factor in a decent salary of say 50k are you really to pay 200k for the site? If not, don't expect something as good.

Nah it wasn't a year, less than that. But yeah the costs are probably higher, considering you're not going to be making money for a while, and bandwidth costs are high for video streaming.

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