I like to say that SEO content and good ranking at search engines like big Google is only half the battle for driving more passionate readers.
So what would be the another half?
Writing stellar piece of content is something that spins the hole online wheel.
When we think of Google we imagine the great technology, reading human minds or even artificial intelligence.
Is Google really that smart?
A rat is smarter than Google and that’s no dig at Google
– Yann LeCunn and Josh Tanenbaum, scientists researching on artificial intelligence
The two scientists spoke on The world festival of Science in New York, after the premiere of “The Creator: Alan Turing and the Future of Thinking Machines”, a fantastic movie about the visionary of the artificial intelligence, Alan Turing in his 40’s and 50’s.
The Galactic encyclopedia known as Google is brilliant in many ways – because of the huge amount of informations that it can absorb and sent back as answer on almost any question asked.
“However, that’s rote, without understanding”, says LeCunn, professor of Computer Science on the NYCU.
According to him, in relation to computer skills, even the most powerful computers in the world are just approaching to computer skills of insects.
“I would be happy if during my lifetime they would build a machine that would be so intelligent as a rat”, he said.
Some of the unbelieveble stuff that Google can do, such as determine driving directions or measuring the distance, in just seconds, uses only basic types of intelligence called simple scheduling.
“That’s very simple”, says Tanenbaum, professor of Computer Science on MIT. “That’s not called artificial intelligence anymore. Simply, it’s just called Google.”
The real intelligence, according to them, is not only memory, but the use of something you’ve learned, to understand the situations that you have not experienced, yet.
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