Re: Teach the hungry (Was: Hollywood Economics)

Hara Ra (
Fri, 04 Sep 1998 20:43:22 -0700

Bryan Moss wrote:

>In the second example A and B's communication is
>filtered (or moderated) to become a useful part of
>the neural net. In the first example the two would
>have to come to some sort of agreement. In the
>second example the decision making process happens
>in the neural net, which is a product of A and B's
>interaction. With a larger network of people,
>communication between the two would join a neural
>net built from the interactions between millions
>of people and a far more complex decision making
>process would take place.

I'm a bit cynical here - this sounds like electronic communism to me...

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