Computer Technology Of The Future, Part II

This is another pretty cool new technology of Microsoft. I would say, far more interesting for our work then Microsoft Surface.

Forget about Pixelized pictures!

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  1. avatar #1 - Technical Inspiration Says:

    Everybody talking about privacy. Fine. That’s truly an issue to address. Still, nobody seems to think about the fact that with all these (for the moment hypothetical) gadgets we actually pass on our decisions into the “hands” of these new cyberentities. I personally find it extremely annoying and would definitely shut down such features. Just think about Windows. XP is so “smart” that it warns the user when the HDD is (almost) full. Disabling that “brilliant” feature is not trivial. There might be users that find this a useful feature, but I’m not one of them. I want to be able to decide at any time what I want to do at any time. I am not a statistical figure. How can a machine decide what is best, if my human peers are at times unable to guess that? Or are machines getting smarter than humans? I seriously doubt that. I have the impression that we are creating a new god in front of which we prostrate.

  2. avatar #2 - Alex Says:

    There is always a fine line, if the new gadget or feature is evil or helpful. But so far I´m not so concerned, just because XP knows when the HDD is almost full or not. Dogs know how to find drugs, but that doesn´t mean they are smarter than we ;) . So I think there will be a long way past before computers are smartern than human.

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