Goalseeker

Hierarchy of intended purpose

To compare a system of reasons, a system of goals to a human mind.
Humans have the capabilty to think of what they want.
A picture or imagination about a certain wish we would like to have in reality.

For persons a wish can be to eat during the day; with specific food we find delicious.
Other persons want to buy a new television. they see in their minds eye the television, the brand, the features.

Humans with simple wishes see a picture or think of the taste of it.
Humans with complex wishes, are mostly with a goal they accomplish more than 2 stept or tasks.
for example someone has as the goal to be president.
Thap goal depends on the goodwill of the people. And to retrieve that goodwill a lot of tasks are needed.
To join a political party, to convince other politicals that you are good at representing the political essence.

Humans with more complex goals; are not bound by the actions done in one day,
but it is a step in a larger road towards the realisation of it.

So humans can have simple and complex goals. And have one or more steps as in betweens
A goal is divided into different parts, expressions in feelings. verbal, or other ways.

A human is a goalseeker not by intelligence, but by instinct.
When a human feels he misses something. he feels incomplete, not whole.
That feeling is the source to create goals in life.
goals to restore the completeness, to heal the feeling of all kinds of suffering.

When we step to the subject of robotics, artificial intelligence.
A robot has a goal that gives it a rigth to exist.

For persons who own the robot, it is easy if it fullfilles the reason for the owner,
than it exists. If not it is discarded, brought back, destroyed.

The owner gives the reason for the robot to exist.
Which is by the designers of the robot implemented into its tasks, ability to act, ability to communicate.

The owner, together with the robotbuyers all over the world will have similar desires with the robot.
Robots to do several things, which are implemented into it.

for example if every household would have a robot.
What would be its tasks.

Many robot owners would like the groceries done, the house being cleaned.
commons needed taskst being done.

to make every robot a goal seeker;
it must be described what goals are to be reached by them.
In what way it needs to be done.
And when behaviour are outside bounds, how it must be solved.

Goalseeking; this is one part of a big task to create robots.
Sometimes we can divide things into chapters.

when a robot has a goal and seeks it.
it is a intended purpose.

the reason behind intended purpose is called the motivator.

When we again compare with humans.
a motivator exist by the feeling not to be accepter by a group.
to be accepted by a group is a motivator to do all tasks which needs that.

a motivator can also be the sustain of the subject or other important ones.
This motivator is to search for food, energy or shelter for weather conditions.

a motivator can have many more forms. especcialy in humans.
But we want to use it for robots.

so we need a list of intended purposes.
Its translation to motivators.

And a long list of how to effectuate motivators.

In the best way it will create robots which can reprogram itself to create adaptable behaviour.
In the worst scenario it will create a robot that has motivators about his own superiority.

In a complex way put simply it is the formula's of above.
Many discoveries and inventions were created by first describing how its used.
After that concipiation others have beginning for their own quest of robotics.