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3/14/2016
02:06 PM
Brian Moore
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Comic: Machine Learning

If humans can teach machines to learn, why not send them to school?

If we want machine learning, we need machine schools.

Brian Moore is a cartoonist and illustrator. His first brush with the world of IT was a very part-time gig applying software patches on a TRS-80 Model III. The patches were about four lines long and arrived in the mail, typed on letterhead. He has since moved on to computers ... View Full Bio
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batye
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batye,
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3/26/2016 | 11:21:59 PM
Re: Bicentennial
@Whoopty it would be interesting future... as with technology you never know....
Azathoth
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Azathoth,
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3/17/2016 | 11:08:59 AM
Re: Bicentennial
I know a lot of humans that need that training.
impactnow
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impactnow,
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3/16/2016 | 11:24:40 PM
Re: Bicentennial
We may need to send them to schools for scocial skills, if we are going to intereact with them everyday they will need something beyond just functional knowledge.
Technocrati
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Technocrati,
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3/15/2016 | 7:15:35 PM
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@Whoopty   I don't think we will have to be concerned with it in our life time, but then again who really knows what's on the horizon for Mankind  and Technology.
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Technocrati,
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3/15/2016 | 7:13:18 PM
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@Whootpty  Interesting.   I can envision a future where the robot will have acquired enough knowledge so that it will lead instead of follow.

Whoopty
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3/15/2016 | 9:25:19 AM
Bicentennial
Although they never addressed the taxation side of things, the movie Bicentennial man addressed the idea of a robot earning money and what it might want to do with that. I wonder if that's something we'll have to consider in our lifetime, or if robots will always be considered owned objects?
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jastroff,
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3/14/2016 | 4:33:05 PM
Machines
@brian -- very funny. Not to mention, we need machine "tools"

 

 
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