> You're making the same mistake as John Clark, confusing the physical
> computer with the algorithm. Powerful computers don't help us if we don't
> have the right algorithm.
True, and a powerful brain won't help you if you have no education or
> > The central mystery of AI, in my opinion, is why on earth haven't we
> found a general learning algorithm yet.
There probably isn't a general learning algorithm there are just lots of
lesser learning algorithms, and more important than any algorithm or even
deduction in general are rules of thumb, like induction.
John K Clark
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