Peter Puller Report This Comment
Date: February 06, 2024 06:33AM
"a machine gun with a magazine and a magazine"
Technically true, a magazine article about a machine gun's magazine.
Anon Report This Comment
Date: February 06, 2024 06:39AM
AI in progress. I think it's a gimmick, AI just collates sources, so, who
chooses the sources, and since when will every source call every unique item by
the same name? That's just the start.
woberto Report This Comment
Date: February 06, 2024 08:19AM
These types of AI have been around for 30 years. I have had experience with it
in the publishing industry about 20 years ago. Entire books are written by AI
with just a little input from a human being. Think about the type of books that
come out every that are the same but just a little different like baby names,
crosswords, joke books, or anything with a top 100 type of list. Very little if
anything new is added, they are just regurgitated using some new statistics fed
into the AI by a human being. Now it's just more compact code (or self learning
self expanding) and cheap even free.
Anon Report This Comment
Date: February 06, 2024 11:52AM
I understand. I used to be involved in computerised numerical machine tools.
I developed a concept now called machine learning, I called it CASSIE, I forget
what that stood for, and was basically going to write a thesis on it, but
gumbyment scrapped the import tarrifs, and as I was involved in manufacturing...
sob story... Anyway, a few years ago I talked with a man who owns two robots,
he told me more than he realised. When he makes a dye he wants the robots to
copy so many times and the machine measures it, it's two steps ahead of what I
envisaged. The steps are logical. As far as he's concerned he just tells the
robot how he wants things made. He has no idea of the software steps involved,
he just cares that he has a good product.
What you're describing is more like a (long) form letter and auto-format. Not
adjusting to tell different audiences what you want them to 'learn' (what George
Bush junior called 'internets'). What's now called AI is insidious: if you
hand over your education to an alien power they will adjust it to suit their
their constitution runs here. No;
their law runs here. No;
their courts have jurisdiction here. No;
their dictionary runs here. No.
their national doctrines define our world. No;
there's no such thing as the Westminster system, that it's either their way or
they are the oldest democracy. No;
Australia is in Oceania. No;
we will become republics when Queen Elizabeth dies. No;
their economic model has sovereignty over us, as it does over their country.
Do you trust your education to them?
The problem can be boiled down to one key retard (possibly now retired), his
lecture has been removed from youtube and replaced with another that, from
memory, has the same name (The Western Tradition And The Wars Of Religion?), but
he taught generations of new members of the yank establishment that:
"People will accept anything imposed from above, there just has to be
sufficient crisis!" So they set out to cause crisis, imagining they will
benefit - undermining their own country. They did just that when a virus turned
up. Imagine what they can do with a collating and presentation exercise where
they decide the sources and what's known about you determines how an algorithm
adjusts the presentation. For starters.