From: Dani Eder (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri May 23 2003 - 13:30:21 MDT
> This makes intuitive sense. Nevertheless, the
> opinion of most AI
> researchers is that there is a programming
> bottleneck which limits our
> ability to use greater computing power for /general/
> AI purposes.
> (This is not true for min / max game-playing systems
> or neural nets,
> both of which benefit from the simple addition of
> computing power.)
I would expect as computing power grows, the
programming task gets easier, since you can implement
simpler but more compute-intensive methods. In the
limit of sufficient computer power, you can model at
the neuron level, then repeat 10^11 times.
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