So, one Claudico and four humans. The odds are already stacked against Claudico 20%-80% that a human will come out tops.
I wonder if the outcome will be different had there been more than one Claudico at the table.
I have heard that in the Penang (Malaysia) site, the director at Intel is known to take attendance after 9am.
"Neither Ewan McGregor nor Liam Neeson was..."
But Liam Neeson has a set of special skills
I said I would not apply for a credit card. Now I have a credit card.
I said I would not carry a cellphone. Now I have a cellphone.
Fact is, as these technologies become ubiquitous, we will eventually need to adopt them, or be left behind.
"Sparkling light carries filtered wisdom. A house with no doors enters no one."
To all those who think we should do away with figure skating, rhythmic gymnastics, etc. because those sports require panels of judges, think again.
In a game of football (or soccer) and ice-hockey, you need referees. In badminton and tennis, you need umpires. In fact most sports require arbiters of sorts. How many times have you seen a match swing from one team/player to another because of a bad call (Maradona's Hand of God, anyone)?
You can easily do a fantastic movie without much dialogue or voiceovers. In fact, the best way to do dialogue and voice overs is to let a good actor improvise. Works better than having the screenwriter do it - who should be creating potentially amazing scenes.
You mean like in a porno?
There are two modes of thinking: focus and diffuse. To be creative, the brain needs to be in a relaxed state, i.e., to be able to form new pathways to new ideas. There are methods to induce diffuse thinking. One of them, as the article suggests, is to do mundane chores, such as clearing out old files.
In the Coursera course, Learning How to Learn by Barbara Oakley, there are anecdotes of how famous people (Thomas Edison, Salvador Dali) trigger their subconscious minds to do their biddings.
Let me get this straight.
The stock price of a company is reflected in its market cap.
The company has assets (AliBaba and Yahoo Japan) that exceeds its market cap
Shouldn't the proper conclusion drawn be that the company is undervalued, and its stock price is cheap? To label its core holding as worthless is just not helpful.