Evan W. Steeg steeg at cs.toronto.edu
Thu Sep 15 15:08:53 EST 1994

In article <199409142016.NAA10397 at net.bio.net>,  <MJOHNSO3 at UA1VM.UA.EDU> wrote:
>"there is no practical reason to create machine intelligences indistinguishable
> from human ones.  People are in plentiful supply.  Should a shortage arise, th
>ere are proven and popular methods for making more.  The point of using machine
>s ought to be they perform differently than people, and preferably better."

  What a devastating critique of Artificial Intelligence research.
I don't know about anyone else, but I'm going to give back my fellowship
money and become a professional golfer.


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