From: BillK (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Apr 28 2006 - 02:50:34 MDT
On 4/28/06, Dani Eder wrote:
> Well designed depends on the problem you are trying to
> solve. Humans are really good at balancing on 1.25
> legs (the average number in contact with the ground
> when walking) or less (when running), and identifying
> faces. We're crappy at doing logic and floating
> point math.
Falls are consistently the leading cause of injury-producing
accidents. They account for more than 1 million injuries each year in
the United States.
Perhaps humans just aren't very good at anything.
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