“The 142nd Fighter Wing’s 245-acre base shares a runway with Portland International Airport along the Columbia River.”
The Washington Post : Style – Resolution 2002: Be It Resolved That . . . Whatever.. WHEREAS the arrival of a new year has long provided an excellent opportunity for personal reflection and intensive self-examination; and…
With the explosion in spam, it sure seems like the time is right to provide a spam filter based upon neural net technology. Too bad this version is only for Unix geeks. What’s needed is a version that plugs into Microsoft Outlook and does the work on the client desktop.
Save your spam — you may want it to train your own personal neural net!
I guess the question for a developer is whether spending any energy on this opportunity is worth the effort? In other words, how to make money? Sure seems like it’s a classic situation where whatever you do Microsoft will eventually do something similar or maybe just a little bit better, bundle it in the next version of Office, and wipe out the market.
Complexity researchers continue their work at the Santa Fe Institute.
Author Dale Brown loves living in Incline Village.
Farm subsidies are big business.