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Re: tmda (was Re: Attach filter)

On Tue, 2004-07-13 at 11:49, s. keeling wrote:
> Incoming from David Fokkema:
> > 
> > Probably spammers will invest a lot of time. BUT, so will C-R system
> > designers. Challenges may require more and more human logical thought,
> > like little riddles or something, or requiring to actually _read_
> > something or whatever. If spammers will invest more and more time to
> > mimic human thought and answer those challenges, maybe this will result
> > in a great advancement in artificial intelligence.
>    :-O
> Things like mold, lichens, insects, and diseases have managed to
> evolve to be better at what they do.  However, I don't expect them to
> invent AI anytime soon.
> I can't believe that anyone seriously considers C-R systems usable.
> This has to be a new form of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.  If
> nothing else has worked for you, and you think there's nothing left to
> try, perhaps C-R starts to look like it's worth defending.
> I'd say, first try one of the other solutions again.

Nope, no way! That last statement should read:

        I'd say, use one of the other solutions, period.
greg, greg@gregfolkert.net

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