A great 2010 to you and everyone on the list.
On Thu, Dec 31, 2009 at 7:09 PM, Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be> wrote:
> On 31 Dec 2009, at 11:58, Telmo Menezes wrote:
> There are a lot of amazing theorems in that field. For example the
> theorem of Blum and Blum, which says that there is something
> infinitely (even non computably) more clever (in learning) than any
> machine: a couple of (independent) machines!
> Learning machines exist, and the theory explains why we cannot build
> them from scratch. Some form of learning-competence can need
> intrinsically long computations/histories, but once there, they can
> Could you point me to literature where I can learn more about these things?
> There is a book:
> OSHERSON D.N., STOB M.and WEINSTEIN S., 1986, Systems that Learn, MIT
> And another one
> Systems That Learn - 2nd Edition: An Introduction to Learning Theory
> (Learning, Development, and Conceptual Change) (Hardcover)
> ~ Sanjay Jain (Author), Daniel N. Osherson (Author), James S.
> Royer (Author), Arun Sharma (Author)
> Google on "amazon osherson royer".
> See some references of my favorite papers, including the Blum and Blum
> paper, in:
> Happy 2010!
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