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Someone who chose the Netherlands should look more favorably on hockey! Canadians think they invented it--and Scots think they invented curling--but very similar things are clearly evident in this well-known Renaissance painting[^]:
Just a few months back there were some worried about AI taking over. They had so much faith in software already developed and now, this. I do not know if I am comparing like to like because I am not that knowledgeable on this subject. Still, I think if there exists a software that can replace humans, there should be a software which can deal with this scenario.
I think if there exists a software that can replace humans, there should be a software which can deal with this scenario.
There isn't: because all the models there are (and could be at present) are based on non-existent data - guesses - as to all the major factors. Transmissibility, infection numbers, fatalities, ... none of these are actually known for all (or indeed any) population (with the exception of South Korea where they have tested nearly the whole population).
It's a mess!
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Personally, I think it doesn't even exist because we don't even know what intelligence is, let alone artificial intelligence.
You know, the "South American tribes are stupid because they can't do math and still believe in voodoo and witch doctors. But to them you're stupid because you couldn't survive a day in the rain forest so who's stupid now?" debate.
All the "AI" we have now is ML, and they're two completely different things yet they are used interchangeably.
No, not even South Korea, they have reported 518743 tested cases until yesterday (According to the ECDC), which makes roughly 1% of the population.
Italy has meanwhile done 1.05 million tests, not cases. (also according to the ECDC)
I have no idea whether that's actually more or less for the population as I don't know how many tests they do per person. I understand that's variable.
I think that fact underlines everything your linked cartoon said.
Brilliant cartoon BTW.