On 10/8/2013 1:22 PM, smi...@zonnet.nl wrote:
A lot of what I am always talking about is in there...computers don't
understand produce because they have no aesthetic sensibility. A mechanical
description of a function is not the same thing as participating in an
So when the check-out robot can recognize okra - which the cashiers always have to look up
- you'll agree that robots have aesthetic sensibilty.
You can't expect a machine with the computational capabilities of less than an insect
brain to the job most people do.
And they don't even give the machine two weeks to learn.
It's actually amazing that such machines can do quite a lot, but some tasks we perform
are the result of a significant part of our brain power.
Most of the problem is in recognizing 3D objects. It may prove easier to create sniffers
and chemical detectors. I'll bet my dog could tell papaya from mango blindfolded.
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