From: fudley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jul 05 2004 - 10:57:34 MDT
On Jul 1, 2004 Josh Cryer wrote:
> I do not believe that there exist useful things
> that an AI could understand
> which a sufficiently learned human could not.
The corollary to that is that humans have reached the absolute pinnacle
of possible perfection, a rather depressing thought when you think about
it. But I donít believe itís true. Already computers understand Chess
better than the best human players and people are not getting any
smarter, in a few years when machines are a couple of trillion times
fasterÖ., well, Iíll leave it to your imagination.
John K Clark
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