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Mar 19th 2010 at 8:12:22 PM •••

The final paragraph of the summary " The way that data is represented has no meaningful impact on the "philosophy" of a computer beyond the difference between digital and analog. " still gives too much to the 'computers are scary' crowd. "the difference between digital and analog" is usually taken to mean that computers/software/AI don't get nuances and only deal in black-and-white (e.g. Matrix-style kill-all-humans flips straight to love-all-humans).

[i]Whereas[/i] even my washing machine uses fuzzy logic, that allows for e.g. 15% cold + 45% hot = 'quite warm'.

Probably not helped by the abysmally lazy AIs kludged into most FPS.

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