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Google whacked?

I'm skeptical. We'll see soon enough.

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This kind of spherical logic engine is going to be great. We are just now getting hardware to the levels of processing power to be able to take advantage of the thought.

I have always thought of the visual representation of it being the query in the center of a sphere with parallel processing to limitless radii to datasorce points on the surface of the sphere which, with ever increasing data would always be expanding.

It's bogie is the plethora of erroneous information that is scattered throughout the net. It will require a verification loop to insure that little Johnny Sprocket, who was stoned throughout math couldn't convert meters to feet and now has Mt Everest at 320,000 feet elevation on his "Bitchin' Highs" website which, because it get so many hydroponics hits a day floats to the top of the engine's hits frequency gate.

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A few generations of CPU development from now, we should have fully functional heuristic anti-bullshit filtering appliances.

Of course, it'll be the end of BWOT......
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A few generations of CPU development from now, we should have fully functional heuristic anti-bullshit filtering appliances.

Of course, it'll be the end of BWOT......
Whatever happened to 'neural nets'? They were going to change the face of computing when I was at school.

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Whatever happened to 'neural nets'? They were going to change the face of computing when I was at school.


I'm pretty sure those are illegal.










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Wetware development lagged behind the technology curve.

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Wetware development lagged behind the technology curve.
Ha, good reason to process more oily fish.

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