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Post 1

Adhemar

We'll probably have to wait until Artificial Intelligence reaaly works.


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Post 2

Adhemar

And when Artificial Intelligence works, it will konw that I mean really by reaaly.


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Post 3

2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

Artifical intelligence::
Isn't that learning by using man-made matterials::
Rather like having a projector::
Byro::
Plastic folders containing notes::
Relly::
Really?


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Post 4

DoctorMO (Keeper of the Computer, Guru, Community Artist)

you guys should get into Nural Networks, they got one of these things to work in some lab, you could pass it a graphics of a letter and it would spit back the charictor, OK it had to be trained first and It could remember all 26 letters even if you changed some of the pixels around it would correct for the descrepency then if you got out a wrong result you just say to it, not the result I wanted and it fixes it self.

"What I do in my spare time eh!"

-- DoctorMO --


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Post 5

2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

Sounds exceiting, really.


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Post 6

DoctorMO (Keeper of the Computer, Guru, Community Artist)

It's suposed to emulate the brain, but only about 0.00004% of the brain... just goes to show you how powerfull our minds can be....

I think there up to a house fly brain now

-- DoctorMO --


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Post 7

2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

It always amazes me just how stupid I can be sometimes, those ocasions when the brain just packs up and refuses to reveal the information or perform the calculation that it is normally perfectly able to do.... Kind of mental blocks I guess, I wonder if this artificle intelligence bonanza will be able to have the mental blocks as we sometimes do... Like peoples names, I've a huge block at remembering them, like the other night, I was out with whatshisname, and we met these people, and I couldn't, and can't remember their names at all, especially worrying as thinggymijig was a rather nice young female blonde...... Oh well, thank heaven for pieces of paper, now, where did I leave that post-it-sticker smiley - winkeyesmiley - smiley

A housefly yhou say? couldn't they have aimed a little higher? well, I guess its a start....


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Post 8

DoctorMO (Keeper of the Computer, Guru, Community Artist)

Yes well your brain is trying to be a CPU and a hard disk all in one (MO'C) so there will be things you forget, I mean over a third of your brain is dedicated to your sight, because you see alot more than you think.

-- DoctorMO --


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Post 9

2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

smiley - smiley 'course there are the opposite circumstances when you can easily suddenly remember stuff from years back, that you pressumed you had forgotten cause of its useless nature smiley - ermsmiley - huhsmiley - headhurtssmiley - smiley of course, all this smiley - ale kills a few of the gray cells smiley - smiley I wonder if they can get forgetfulness into artifical intelligence smiley - erm


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Post 10

DoctorMO (Keeper of the Computer, Guru, Community Artist)

There is a theory flighing about that alsot of your cells can hold bits of information, and some say that if you meditate it helps you run more efectently. and you remeber allot more. *who knows* smiley - shrug

-- DoctorMO --


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Post 11

2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

I do seem to know (from experiance), that I only work on full mental steam when I'm involved in something which is, to whatever extent stretching and using mental powers: Like at teh moment, its the longest gap I've gone without doing any studying or writting essay's/thesis etc., for probably something like six years, and my mind is performing in a generally pitiful way: A few weeks into this accademic year, and I should be able to function a lot more effectivily.
Which I guess makes sense, in a simular way to which muscles will wither if underused, I guess its the brain's equivilent smiley - ermsmiley - erm


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Post 12

DoctorMO (Keeper of the Computer, Guru, Community Artist)

Yes but it's easy to say that mental exersize improves brain power.. unless you look at the whole system, you might just have a Vit/Min deficency, Who knows.

I normaly use this question to explain my point,

What came first the Chicken oir the Egg? Well you see here most people will look at the proccess, Chicken to Egg, Egg to Chicken and conclude a loop. If you look at the system, you see the anwser is "Both have to exist for either to exist"


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Post 13

2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

Which also depends on how time opperates, weather liniar or otherwise.... smiley - erm (I'm not too hot on my physics though) smiley - biggrin


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Post 14

DoctorMO (Keeper of the Computer, Guru, Community Artist)

Yes but time dosn't come into it, you have a self depending system, if it fails the species dies, end of. But if only one exists and it poped out of the eithereal lets say, it still wouln't start the system again. You need both at the same time.

regardless of the time.. structure or otherwise.

-- DoctorMO --


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