Re: Thinking & Information Retrieval


Subject: Re: Thinking & Information Retrieval
From: rick++ (rickotto@my-deja.com)
Date: Fri May 05 2000 - 19:55:59 MET DST


> It seems to me that the science of information retrieval
> is converging on duplicating the subconscious function
> of mental retrieval and therefore of thinking.

Imitation is not always the best engineering.
Airplanes and birds both have wings,
but the former does flap and lacks feathers.

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