Archive for October, 2002
Moving elegantly among social sciences, computational linguistics and classical AI disciplines, this article analyses the essence of computer thought compared to human reasoning, and emphasises its effects on society and future developments.
Written by Jim Erkiletian.
This paper shows how self-organised systems appear among chaos, given a nurturing environment. Such a technique is employed for self-moderation of message boards. Three types of moderation are discussed: automatic filtering, hierarchical censoring, and self-moderation through bottom-up feedback.
Written by Michael T. Pagano.