Monday, March 08, 2004

Update - was being silly, scored a 15 on this test which is a little above average. Sure, its obvious for most of the questions which way they will sway the result, but I still answered truthfully.

New chess program Hydra is doing well against others, and uses FPGA - Field Programmable Gate Array. FPGAs are cool because AIs will need to be able to evolve their neural networks, as the brain does by varying dendrite connections, and FPGAs thus allow for hardware evolution in addition to software modification. Sure, all Turing equivalent, but FPGAs can be much faster in some circumstances.

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