The Simple Economics of Open Source
robin at jessikat.demon.co.uk
Mon Apr 24 16:09:27 CEST 2000
In article <390451C0.4B5D3196 at tcac.net>, Albert Wagner
<alwagner at tcac.net> writes
>You STILL don't understand. Artifice can only copy. It cannot invent.
>An end product can be copied, even a style can be copied, but not the
>creative process itself.
>Raffael Cavallaro wrote:
This position is like the weak AI position; you assert there's something
magical about creation. I think A Turing was right; any human behaviour
can be simulated and the best simulators (people) are around already.
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