From: AD.COM - Marcos Guillen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 17 2003 - 12:04:31 MDT
No, the challenge I'm referring to is building a massive neural network for
cortex simulation. Incidentally, I do think that it may have an impact in
data retrieving technologies, but no as general purpose search engine.
>AD.COM - Marcos Guillen wrote:
>>Well, certainly not us many as a candid observer would estimate. The
>>difference between theoretical computation taking place in a complex query,
>>and the real computer power needs of Google, is what makes possible its
>>astonishing performance, and the main reason why, so far, Microsoft has been
>>unable to circumvent their patents and produce the competing search engine
>>they promised 2 years ago.
>>Our job is to take over that challenge,<clip>
>Am i reading this right? You're planning on building a massive neural
>network search engine to compete with google? (That among other things
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