From: Grant Callaghan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed 20 Nov 2002 - 15:58:01 GMT
The way I see it working, at least in the beginning until computers can
really think, is humans being the individual cells in a uber brain and the
computers being that connections that store the information for all of us
and tie us all into the system. There's even a pretty good URL devoted to
>On 11/20/02 00:17, Grant Callaghan said this-
> >The fastest supercomputers in the world are complete slackers compared
> >the processing power of the human brain.
> >But that's about to change.
>"Forty-two? That's all you can come up with after seven and a half
>million years' work?"
>I think Joe's comment about the body was the most cogent, here.
>Implementation.... But I suppose one could make the argument (a la The
>Colossus Experiment) that humans will be the 'body' of such a computer,
>after all is said and done.
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