Guy Bannis wrote:
> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> Roy Schestowitz <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Guy Bannis wrote:
>> > True. The best software for managing life is probably the stuff in ROM
>> > between our ears.
>> Technically speaking, it is more like RAM between our ears. It is very
>> volatile and random bits jump from one 'place' to another while we sleep.
>> I like computers because they compensate for our shortcomings. They
>> register data permanently, which is exactly what you need when
>> scheduling, recording and archiving. It is no substitude for thinking,
>> i.e. expanding idea and putting together pieces of the puzzle to make up
>> a collage.
> You had to get all nerdy on us ... ;)
> BTW, computers may register data permanently, but you've still got to
> choose what data to enter, enter it, and then remember to look at it at
> the right time.
That's where machine learning kicks in. It's a relatively new strand which I
work on as my primary research field (context of images though).
Here is an interesting read:
[snip] "Soon after that, around 2050, we should be able to reverse-engineer
a human brain and upload it into a robot." [/snip]