JR's INCORRECT THINKING DETECTOR, was Re: TECHNOLOGY AND TRUST (LONG), was Re: some U.S. observations and notes

From: Michael M. Butler (butler@comp-lib.org)
Date: Tue Jan 01 2002 - 14:40:33 MST

What do you see as the coverage of such a machine, in principle?
What failure modes do you think it might have?
Would it have blind spots where it would say "I don't know whether this thinking
is correct or not", or the like?
Would it evaluate the thinking of animals other than humans?

"J. R. Molloy" wrote:
> What we really need is a machine that can accurately identify incorrect
> thinking.
> Then we can discard opinions altogether.

 MMB<==butler a t comp - lib . o r g   Wm. Burroughs said it best: "After a shooting 
    spree, they always want to take the guns away from the people who didn't do it."
  I am not here to have an argument. I am here as part of a civilization. And you?

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