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Re: [ontolog-forum] {Disarmed} Re: OWL and lack of identifiers

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From: Waclaw Kusnierczyk <Waclaw.Marcin.Kusnierczyk@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 29 Apr 2007 20:58:20 +0200
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Peter F Brown wrote:
> I would argue whether the examples you cite are evidence of artificial 
>intelligence or just well-designed transactional systems. But I won't because 
>dinner is awaiting...    (01)

a decades long history of research on artificial intelligence and its 
interaction with a broader non-scientific community teaches us that 
whatever behaviour we come to describe with some algorithm, it ceases to 
be seen as intelligent.  since the behaviour of our artifacts can 
(usually, but progressively less so) be known in advance, they do not 
appear intelligent, but merely slavishly processing hardwired or loaded 
instructions.    (02)

i guess that once we come to explain in details how our brains work 
(*if* we come to that), we'll scream out 'eureka! we are not intelligent 
at all!'  are *we* not well (or not that well) designed transactional 
systems?    (03)

vQ    (04)

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