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Gebildete
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10/29/2015 | 8:15:43 AM
Re: A good news! Oracle began to structure data!
I really have dream about it. I know it's a very hard process. Konstruktor in comparison to Oracke is a very small company. It's simpler to organize all the data there as in Oracle.
Charlie Babcock
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10/14/2015 | 2:35:40 PM
Lab deputy director reassures on artificial intelligence
For those who worry about artificial intelligence taking over, Horst Simon, deputy dir. of the Berkeley Livermore National Lab, had a story. When he was in junior high school, he bult a computer that could play tic tac toe, and after learning its patterns, he beat it ten times in a row. At that point he sat back, suspecting that computer was angry at him. As he looked at it, he realized "it was just a bunch of wires and light bulbs. There's nothing there that can get upset." AI is more capable but no more emotive than his tic tac toe machine, he said.
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10/14/2015 | 12:25:05 PM
Cognitive computing needs a 'concept expansion'
One of the demos at the colloquium was the Watson Concept Expansion, available as an online service. It analyzes larges amounts of text on a subject to build a dictionary of related words around the subject. It can map euphemisms and colloquial expressions to more commonly understood phrases and include them in the dictionary. Cognitive computing would be a good subject for Watson Concept Expansion to map, in my opinion. I didn't learn much about Adam Net. What's that? Part of Microsoft's Project Adam?


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