[REBOL] Re: Perl is to stupid to understand this 1 liner.
From: joel:neely:fedex at: 18-Dec-2001 14:42
Romano Paolo Tenca wrote:
> > c) Humans are excellent at recognizing patterns, even in the
> > presence of noise, many kinds of errors, and considerable
> > variation (even of the never-seen-before kind). When I'm
> > writing to another human being, I can move quickly because
> > I can trust her/him to understant me even if I make a tpyo.
> Humans have at least two levels of redundancy: syntactic and
> semantic. Humans understand much from contexts, and they can
> correct transmission errors understanding contexts. It is something
> that many could call "intuition". Without AI (if it is possible, i
> am all except an Hofstander fan), problems like telephone numbers
> are insoluble.
I'm sure we are in agreement. I've tended to state it as "not 100%
solvable", but of course I'm always open to a nice way to get 95%
without too much cost!