AI Decision Computers to Construct and Deconstruct Solution Answers by Data Sets for Humans by Lance Winslow
... Eventually the humans will come to trust the artificial intelligent computers, but until then humans will be demanding more answers in the form of more questions. Humans will want to see the data sets and a deconstructed decision-making process in a format they can understand and this too will be a challenge for artificial intelligent computer software designers. I certainly hope this article is of interest and that is has propelled thought. The goal is simple, to help you in your quest to ...
Human Buy In and Complexity Issues in Decision Matrix Software by Lance Winslow
... with the artificial intelligent system to compliment his or her ability or inherently move to compete against it? If the system is readily used to make simple decisions will it be respected? If the decision is too complicated will it be not understood and called into question? Currently humans trust their calculators, computers, watches and GPS systems; will the artificial intelligent decision matrix computers go thru a similar and very short process in their implementation? Think on this.
Creativity by Usman Paracha
... But human beings are better than computers because ALLAH has created human being and nobody is better creator than ALLAH. Creativity is only bestowed to humans. And wise peoples do not stop thinking. Whether they are sitting or standing. They think every time about the earth and heavens and the things between them. And at last they say, " My Lord! you have not created anything purposeless. You are great!".
Love: We Can't Live Without It by Michael Russell
... It is also released during orgasm and scientists think it promotes bonding between two people when they are intimate. There's a theory that the more sex a couple has, the closer they will bond, which is good news for men! Love has mystified humans for eons. Even with all the explanations by scientists of the various chemicals involved in love, it sure doesn't make it any easier when you are in the throes of lust or love struck. As someone once wrote, love is a many splendored thing.
Digital Watch Vs Analog Watch - Which Should You Get? by Ian Tham
... We humans are by nature analog creatures. Do you tell your friend to meet you at 3: 27? No, you'll tell him to meet you at half past three. A picture tells a thousand words and humans find it easier to interpret pictographic information rather than numbers. If you think carefully , a watch with a face looks more beautiful than a
watch simply with numbers on it. It is a work of art and beauty. It is no
wonder luxury watches from Cartier
or Breitling only
feature analog display.
Neural Workflow - Workflow Software by Craig Cameron
... In short as systems become more and more complex and are required to replace more and more human tasks they need to behave more and more like humans. To extrapolate further their brains need to work like our brains, hence neural workflow. Traditional systems are process oriented. They behave like circuits. They have AND Gates, OR Gates decision points etc. A workflow instance is started and a process is followed until that instance comes to some sort of resolution.
Computers Are Stupid, Stupid, Stupid! by Mike Bryant
... For now, we're stuck with unthinking fast calculators. The next time you sit in front of the computer and start to get frustrated because the computer isn't doing what you want it to do, just remember that the machine in front of you is very stupid and is only doing what it thinks (probably could have used a better term here) you want. Now, for the Cool Site of the week This week's site is 43Things.com. This is a neat social networking site where you can list up to 43 things that you want ...
Surfing Without a Wetsuit by Helen Rowe
... So quickly do us human become accustom to using technology, what happened to the slide rule or logarithms, candles or lanterns, scrubbing boards or coppers? They are our history only to be used when our mod cons fail us. Caution, maybe a state health warning should be issued as with toys, tobacco, medicines etc. Is the information given always correct? A line from schooldays goes Information, disinformation or downright misinformation? Just like reading an article from several different ...