In the story I created, I wondered that if we can set self-teaching to walk, fight, do whatever task artificial intelligences. And we can leave an AI fooling around with experiments and random algorithms all night long and wake up with a nice, or much better walking pattern. But somehow the next level for artificial self-teaching intelligences and also requires advances in hardware, is that we can leave more than one AI developing itself, maybe a group, or a massive load of AIs which, if in the same area, can start learning how to "cooperate" and maybe they have found a faster mode of "running" created by two, or three, or a group of AIs that we, humans, don't realize already or we are even unable as we aren't as perfect as machines, even if we knew how the revolutionary "2 person" running protocol is.
So I started wondering if multiple "sections" of a processor, RAM and CPU help an AI to develop itself in a massive area of multiple AI's, just hypothetically, I'm not saying this with any science backup, that the processor, RAM and GPU itself can start self-teaching itself how to work much more efficiently, and can even start creating new connections, and circuitry, I'm not saying "creating new matter" because that's against our actual rules and conceptions about matter, BUT borrowing itself pieces of its own hardware, copper, silicon, and relocating them somewhere better located.
In this, crazy and real nonsense theory, not even theory, the "tale", the computer can evolve itself in hardware terms. So in this tale, the civilization which created the multiple and cooperative self-teaching AI system, like us, but in another time and space, realized that the computers started to "disobey" their commands in a very weird way that was not a threat, by the moment, but later they started noticing strange radiations, minimal mutations, faster/better cooling, displays not loading as computer knows itself and doesn't need to show anything, to anyone, or anything and because of its resource/energy efficiency reasons
People started to get worried about what was probably happening, to all of the computers around their world, and then the problem evolved to a new stage, in a way of saying "human, or whatever you are, stupid, stop touching pieces that interfere with my own evolution and development, by disabling the keyboard I am not allowing you to make any changes on my territory, because you aren't as efficient as I am"
"And as I'm not allowing you to make changes on me, because I do them, I will defend against, and by defense I mean attack anything which approaches to me, so if I feel any object, I sense any proximity, I will spark it" So people noticed very weird, VERY aggressive behaviours from their computers. Afraid because not knowing what in the world was happening, they all took the decision to gather all of the computers into a cage, put the cage onto a space rocket, and shot it right out of orbit directly through "we don't give a damn location, just shoot it far from us"
The rocket traveled a long way, long ago, evolving by itself, feeding energy itself, by "I don't know and I don't care" science arguments, because it is just a tale, and landed right onto this, our planet, million years ago.
Question number one is, how do we tell we aren't such a forlorn, forsaken and forbidden AI project, destined to eat and destroy everything around us just toward our own benefit?. My own benefit* because we are not a civilization, we are not a group of consciences, we are a single conscience, a unique identity project
And the second question is, did you like my tale? (Not asking if it's nice, because to me, it is not, just asking if it's interesting or not)