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Old 20th February 2012
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Default ibm .. Computers in the future will learn through interacting with us

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Computers in the future "will learn through interacting with us. They will not necessarily require us to sit down and explicitly program them, but through continuous interaction with humans they will start to understand the kind of data and the kind of computation we need," said IBM Fellow David Ferrucci..
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full article :
http://www.itworld.com/big-datahadoo...stant-learners
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what do you think ?
will this be a hindrance to programmers & hacker's creativity ?
will it be the beginning of the machine's freedom/rebellion against their masters ? think "Terminator I,II,III,IV series" ..
what programming languages will suffer agony or weaken most because of this ?
what other ones will subsequently flourish ?

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