From: Grant Callaghan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed 20 Nov 2002 - 06:41:32 GMT
I don't think we're there yet just because we have the computing power. But
this is a step that wasn't expected for a few more years yet. The pace of
change is just moving a little faster than I thought.
>At 09:17 PM 19/11/02 -0800, you wrote:
> >We may have to pass the baton sooner than I thought.
> >This Is Your Computer on Brains
> >By Michelle Delio
> >02:00 AM Nov. 19, 2002 PT
> >The fastest supercomputers in the world are complete slackers compared
> >the processing power of the human brain.
> >But that's about to change.
>Another good one Grant. However calculating speed, IMHO, does not equal
>My brother has a great frizbe dog. It can calculate the speed, trajectory
>and external factors such as wind so as to catch the frizbe in mid air
>nearly every time, but is the dog 'intelligent'?
>A computer would have to be mindblowingly fast to calculate, from sensory
>input, and to perform such an action.
>Don't be too quick to pass the baton Grant as a universal definition of
>intelligence may be harder to arrive at than the one for meme
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