OT: autocoder redux (was Re: Reminder of a python Project.)

Quinn Dunkan quinn at upchuck.ugcs.caltech.edu
Thu Jun 27 07:28:56 CEST 2002

On Wed, 26 Jun 2002 00:23:22 -0400, Peter Hansen <peter at engcorp.com> wrote:
>Timothy Rue wrote:
>> On 25-Jun-02 22:38:16 Peter Hansen <peter at engcorp.com> wrote:
>> >I'm afraid there is no longer any need for an autocoder.
>> Geee, maybe you should tell that to NIST
>No need.  They called me the other day and I let them know, but
>it was too late to get it into the Computerworld article.
>Seriously, there's really no issue with software development any
>more.  The problems are solved.  I guess if you've invented the
>world's first autocoder, it kinda sux to be you then, eh?

Damn!  I had an AI-oriented task-solver I was just about to release after a few
more tweaks on the flux capacitor, but I guess I needn't bother because it's
probably obsolete already.  It seemed to work pretty well, but there's no
arguing with that 97% figure.

With the accelerating rate of technical progress, it's hard for all us
ahead-of-our-time geniuses to stay current.

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