OT?: AI, learning networks and pattern recognition

Pierre Sahores psahores at free.fr
Mon May 3 15:11:02 EDT 2010


LOL :-)

Le 3 mai 2010 à 15:13, Andre Garzia a écrit :

> what is happening on my list :-(
> 
> I stay away for a couple of days and all things break loose... tesc tesc
> tesc... Now, I've just devised the perfect solution for this!
> 
> Now, Revolution powered list monitor software will scan every email and
> assign a "Revolution Content Rate" factor to it, if it has a high RCR
> number, it will simply go thru, if its RCR is too low, then you will be
> driven to the Quality Center and the system will request that you solve an
> engine bug. If/When you solve it, then, your mail will go thru.
> 
> The bugs will be assigned using a simple algorithm where the severity or age
> of the bug is inversely proportional to the RCR value of the email. So that
> if you rate quite low on RCR you will be given the most old powerful engine
> bugs to solve.
> 
> I hope you all understand that this is for the good of the community and
> we'll benefit from it, if the low RCR rate continues like what I've been
> seeing here, I grok that we'll solve all the engine bugs plus port the
> engine to Haiku, Solaris (again), FreeBSD (again), Android (Android is the
> new black) in about a week.
> 
> If some user reaches ZERO KRCR, which stands for 0 Kelvin Revolution Content
> Rate which is really absolute zero RCR, he will be given flight tickets to
> Switzerland and a big dossie on the LHC and the task to prevent it from
> destroying the world. If he ever solves all CERN bugs, we'll ship our hero
> to SETI and then after that small taks, he'll go to Redmond to solve Windows
> and throw chairs at Ballmer.
> 
> PS: This message has an RCR of 2, so I've been given a Bug to solve, but
> since QA center is down, I am yet to know which one.
> 
> On Mon, May 3, 2010 at 7:17 AM, Ian Wood <revlist at azurevision.co.uk> wrote:
> 
>> 
>> On 3 May 2010, at 06:47, Randall Lee Reetz wrote:
>> 
>> Why don't you ask the guys at adobe if their content is really aware.
>>> 
>> 
>> So your only response to someone taking the time to go through your email
>> in a serious manner and discuss the topics included is to take a pot-shot
>> and not respond to any of the points?
>> 
>> Yep, put me down as another person who's putting your email address into
>> the spam filter as a troll.
>> 
>> Ian
>> 
>> 
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