the neural net and artificial intelligence
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Sun Nov 22 23:00:51 EST 1998
>From: Ray Scanlon <rscanlon at wsg.net>
>To: neur-sci at net.bio.net <neur-sci at net.bio.net>
>Date: Sunday, November 22, 1998 9:06 PM
>Subject: the neural net and artificial intelligence
>A thinking machine will not be built for reasons of cost.
It is actually very cheap. 15 million for the first one.
> We can examine the
>human neural net. An explanation of how the neural net works will serve as a
>design for a thinking machine, a design not to be implemented.
In a way you are correct, harmonic memory like a song.
>We see no place for the predicate calculus or Turing machines.
Wrong it will approach a unity of zero made of + 1/2 and - 1/2. This is
calculus or goodness of fit.
> The various
>approaches of artificial intelligence have stalled, connectionism is lost in
Wrong. All the necessary work has been accomplished and builds on the
efforts of all that has gone before but in a strange novel way.
> It is the wiring of the neural net that holds promise.
Wrong, but the principles will live on in correlational oppositional ratio
>A natural fallout from neural net explanation and design will be a
>demonstration that consciousness is not needed in a material universe.
Uncertain at this moment, but I would suspect that consciousness is very
>makes cognitive science moot.
Not really, it has been confirmed.
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