On Sun, 2 Sep 2001, J. R. Molloy wrote:
> Autonomous thinking
> The "Three-Dimensional Artificial Neural Network" processor is capable of
> recognising objects in real time and in highly cluttered background scenes. It
> can process an image and is capable of a certain degree of judgment about the
> objects, in the same way as a person looks at a variety of objects and makes
> judgments about their nature.
As the laziest man in the whole wide world I would rather have the
machines do my thinking for me. But I still haven't seen the proof that
this machine can recognize objects (in general) in real time. Has anyone
else? If it can do that, it is a breakthrough in science so great that it
might even warrant a Nobel Prize.
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