Order-Disorder

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by loosewire, Oct 6, 2008.

  1. loosewire

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    When you log in and read new a post there is a reaction,pulse.
    The known or unknown,you react to a machine.The subject or
    knowing who made the post will compell your mind to react
    to order or disorder.Reference in time that you know or how long
    you have known ,communicated with a certain member.So the building
    blocks of Artifical Intelligence going back to your first post
    and the pulse that you react to support order or disorder to the past.
    Now you have a feel for the future ,the techicnal subject matter
    will derail the emotion of selection for members that only go to one
    thread. So the programed Intelligence of our site give you a choice
    of threads to react upon.So you react a machine generated intelligence
    that you consider as order or disorder.So what do feel after
    communicating with a machine,what emotion to you take with you.If you learn something do you feel good,or a responce I can use that
    without emotion. LOOSEWIRE
     
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  2. thingmaker3

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    Like, wow, man.
     
  3. scubasteve_911

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    Did you eat a slice of bad pizza or something :p ?

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  4. Mark44

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    What you're describing isn't artificial intelligence, since it is being exhibited by humans.
     
  5. loosewire

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    A locust brain is being used to develope the (Volvo's XC6o ) brakeing
    system.The locust was shown STAR WARS video to see it's reaction
    to avoid collision's (front and rear) (side to side).The prototype is
    being tested now.The scope showed a pulse's when the star's machine's
    was head on to the locust. Be nice guy's you know my post are hard to read. LOOSEWIRE
     
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  6. Mark44

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    I looked at a video (www.theautochannel.com/news/2008/09/17/113048.html) that described Volvo's efforts. At the end of the video, one of the Volvo guys said that it would 10 to 15 years before they could put this technology in a car, so I don't think they are anywhere close to a prototype.
    Mark
     
  7. loosewire

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    The last video I saw, a Volvo test driver was stepping in front of
    a moving volvo that braked when the Volvo's system detected
    a test driver moving from the side to the front of the car. It
    appear's that the system is being tested in a Volvo test car.
    This demonstated how fast change's are going forward,I am
    sure the video I saw is out there.I will try to locate it for update.
    Watching the locust react to the video was science in real time.They wrapped the locust in clay to hold It steady.
     
  8. thingmaker3

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    We have computer systems which lock up for no reason. The programmers can't even explain the unexpected anomalies. Do we really want such a thing driving our cars? I'll stick with my hands & feet.
     
  9. Mark44

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    That's probably the same video I saw. It mentioned that some cars were equipped with radar for collision avoidance, but that systems that used the same principles as in grasshopper brains were 10 to 15 years off.
    Mark
     
  10. loosewire

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    I think student's and a lot of members that enjoy video games
    would like to watch the part of the locust report that show's the
    locust watching the (STAR WAR"S) video.I am not able to put it up,
    not sure if it would be possible because of right's.It was very
    impressive to watch.Have you seen that part of the video.
    Need help with that part,if possible.
     
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  11. Dave

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    How do you feel about auto-pilot systems on aircraft?

    Dave
     
  12. beenthere

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    Some of the bugs are chased down, but do recall the original Airbus program that decided to land the aircraft into a woods. The pilot (against directions) got the plane low, slow, and dropped the gear for a slow pass. The software treated it as intent, and landed the plane, despite the pilot's efforts (retract the @#@* gear, Hal!).
     
  13. Dave

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    Didn't something similar happened with an Airbus at either an airshow or first-flight - the plane ended up landing in the trees at the end of the runway!

    Dave
     
  14. Dave

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    Try: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=_EM0hDchVlY

    Dave
     
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