Recently, a Swedish Philosopher Nick Bostrom has published the weirdest papers saying that we might be living in a computer-generated reality. So it’s up to each of us to decide whether to believe in The Matrix or not and this concept makes sense to be believed 50-50.
One of the concepts supporting this theory is the Multiverse, our universe is a big Neural Network. Each universe in the multiverse is a single layer designed to sift through data and produce a specific output. Within each of these layers are infinite or near-infinite systems that comprise networks within the network. Vitaly Vanchurin, a well-known professor of physics also verified this concept as well.
Wormholes, for example, could allow objects to take shortcuts through physical spaces. And blackholes are where it’s sent for output extraction into other layers, just like how AI works.
When we, humans, train our neural networks we run thousands or millions of cycles until the AI is properly trained. Or we are just one of an innumerable number of training cycles for some larger-than-universal machine’s greater purpose.