From: Alexander E. Richter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Sep 17 2002 - 12:26:08 MDT
At 09:40 17.09.02 -0600, you wrote:
>I have been thinking about this issue some more.
>The advancement of software seems to be oddly spotty, actually.
This advancing software has/gives/do:
- large rule database
- a large/deep search-space
- a small kernel
- parallel computation increases speed
- humans learn this problem-domain in school
- enhancing human creativity (fun)
- a small advance in software beats much more people (e.g. doubling
rule-set decreases humans by factor 4)
imho, building and connecting 100-400 different idiot-servants (most
"exponential software") gives the wanted GAI and only 2-4 are needed to
start earning money. We are starting with chatterbots and qa-systems.
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