August 22, 2006
Pattern Recognition
In 10-15 years 90-95% of all computing resources in the world will be used to do pattern recognition.
(That's what I believe any way. In terms of CPU resources, most of the stuff on the watchlist is either trivial or really about pattern recognition in one form or another.)


The main purpose of almost all data in the world will be to be available as input in a multitude of pattern recognitions.

(That is to say: If you think your current robot/human traffic rate on your website is bad, you ain't seen nothing yet. And this is a good thing. It will happen unless stupid legislators paid by old businesses and scared of the future make it impossible. If we want smarter machines we need to make it as legit and free for a machine to know about a song as it is for you to remember the song.)

Posted by Claus at August 22, 2006 11:21 AM | TrackBack (0)
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