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Old 09-28-2017, 02:19 PM   #141
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Hi there, it's me - Andreas - 'Lederhosen'.

First of all let me thank you for welcoming my friend Thomas and me at your camp! We had an amazing first burn and you people made it even better.

It seems like perfect timing that I found this forum. I’d be glad to be of assistance if anyone wants to visit Austria. Just let me know how I can help.

Also thanks for sharing playa photos, once I’m done sorting mine I’ll post a link too.

Andreas
You guys were great - enjoyed meeting you both. I think JuJu and I still owe you some gin & tonic's.... next year!

Cheers
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Old 09-29-2017, 09:16 AM   #142
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Hi there, it's me - Andreas - 'Lederhosen'.

First of all let me thank you for welcoming my friend Thomas and me at your camp! We had an amazing first burn and you people made it even better.

It seems like perfect timing that I found this forum. I’d be glad to be of assistance if anyone wants to visit Austria. Just let me know how I can help.

Also thanks for sharing playa photos, once I’m done sorting mine I’ll post a link too.

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Thanks for joining us! We had a wonderful eclectic group this year, and amazing how many were understanding Ray's talk on deep space dark matter.

This looks preliminary, but the MOOP map seems to say we were CLEAN again!!!!
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Old 09-29-2017, 05:31 PM   #144
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This looks preliminary, but the MOOP map seems to say we were CLEAN again!!!!
Congratulations you guys!!!

I was tempted to say something a couple of days ago, but wasn't sure if that little red dot at 2:35 & J was just within your boundary or not (it didn't look like it).
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Congratulations you guys!!!

I was tempted to say something a couple of days ago, but wasn't sure if that little red dot at 2:35 & J was just within your boundary or not (it didn't look like it).
That dot appears to be on the other side of the street from us, I'm hoping.
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Thank you to everyone in our camp for making us feel so welcome during our first burn! We hope to be back next year.
Steve and Rachel

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In his landmark 1950 paper “Computing Machinery and Intelligence,” the mathematician, philosopher and code breaker Alan Turing proposed a method for answering the question “Can machines think?”: an “imitation game” in which an “interrogator,” C, interviews two players, A and B, via teleprinter, then decides on the basis of the exchange which is human and which is a computer.

Turing’s radical premise was that the question “Can a machine win the imitation game?” could replace the question “Can machines think?”

“The Most Human Human,” is an illuminating book about the Turing test. In 2008, a computer program called Elbot came just one vote shy of breaking Turing’s 30 percent silicon ceiling. The occasion was the annual Loebner Prize Competition, at which programs called “chatterbots” or “chatbots” face off against human “confederates” in scrupulous enactments of the imitation game. The winning chatbot is awarded the title “Most Human Computer,” while the confederate who elicits “the greatest number of votes and greatest confidence from the judges” is awarded the title “Most Human Human.”

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