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The role of consciousness as a method to control the accuracy of our actions in order to reduce the noise effect.  Amrit Andres Ramchandani Chugani (Synapse Machine, Iquique, Tarapaca Chile)   P1

The aim of this research is to provide a set of rules that would describe the way humans perform actions, understanding these rules is important to increase our awareness as it would enable to improve the accuracy of the performed action. In addition, it allows to categorise the process of performing actions as a non-subjective evaluation. To perform an action the brain performs a discovery mode where it will encapsulate the current state of the world.Thus, the function of thinking is performed F-Thinking(Voice,Text,Images,Ideas,BodySensor,Buffer) to obtain the Language that will encapsulate the current state of the world. Once the Language is obtained, the function of path F-Path(Language) is performed to obtain the array of decision that will contain the finite number of path that we could take for a given event, each path is mapped to an emotional response that the unconscious mind assigns. Finally, the function of selection is computed F-Selection([Decision],EmotionalResponse) over the array of decision and the emotional response, the outcome of this process will define the next action. The choice of the emotional response is related to the manner we feel about the potential path of action and the logical reasoning assigned to it, this is built based on the experience the person had together with its learning process.The choice is pre-selected by the unconscious mind, any clash with the choice triggers the consciousness to have the ability to select the desired path of action. The difference between physical actions and intellectual actions is important to consider to understand the noise effect, this occurs when the actions performed does not achieve accuracy, which is determined by the standard of how to assess the performed action. Thus, by being aware we can reduce the noise effect on intellectual tasks by detecting and correcting the errors committed on the performed actions and force the unconscious mind be aware of these changes, this will ensure that if the same action is performed under condition that an active level of thinking is not incurred, then the unconscious mind will retrieve the action without the noise or in effect an idea would trigger making the person feel that a mistake was made if the unconscious mind fails to retrieve the accurate action.The process of understanding consciousness in relation to the performed actions and the accuracy can have a profound effect on the way how current education system works and medical treatment are carried out.Without the role of consciousness as a method of control, allows us to be aware and triggers the ability to think, a person would not have the means to alter an inaccurate action in an active way, the only method of changing the action would be in a passive way which would be subject if an experience produces enough emotional response to force our unconscious mind change our behaviour, but that type of change would not serve for the purpose of improving the actions a person carries out on intellectual tasks.