Oh hell no!
I think computers CAN do the equivalent of understanding social and psychological aspects. They don't have to 'feel' it to perform it.
Simple call pre-flop. Flop comes 773.
Human player (KJ). My opponent is quite conservative. He is unlikely to have a 7 and will probably even fold a 3 with a medium kicker if I bet big enough. I don't want to bet too high though, in case he DOES have a 7 (and if I did have a 7 I'd most likely bet about the same amount, so opponent cannot tell the difference from my behaviour). I'll bet 5 x big blind. If I'm called he probably has a 7 and is slow-playing, to extract the maximum from me, so I'll tone it down if he calls. If he re-raises I cannot call.
Computer (KJ) Figures the odds (easy) having 7 and of having a 3, and maybe an A. Uses game theory to semi-randomly choose between checking and raising. The bet amount is also chosen using game theory and some randomisation. The effect of this ends up being very similar to a good human player.
Isn't that the length of copyright under the Berne convention? If so, the copyright for the last diary entries expires this year. The term used to be life of author plus 50 years, and I think that was in effect when the document was written, so copyright has probably expired already.
Also, I think the copyright belongs to the estate, not the person that purchased the dairies unless copyright was explicitly transferred with that purchase.
I agree that Paracetamol (Tylenol) doesn't do much. The medical profession is starting to agree.
For example it does nothing for back pain http://www.thelancet.com/journ...