Ppt on mind reading machine

Introduction GNM2209 Intelligent Machine and Human Beings.

emotions cannot approach the complexity of human emotions, which arise indirectly from the organization of our minds. Programs or machines will acquire emotions in the same way: as by-products of their structure, of the way/scientifically, fairmindedly, and philosophically. Approach of this Class Open to arguments, possibly head-on, on various issues on machine and human being through reading articles, videos, lectures, and discussions. By savoring the arguments, turning them over and taking them apart, we /


Turing Machines and Computationalism Minds & Machines Fall 2007.

to on either end –An ability to move along this symbol string (to go left or right) –An ability to read a symbol –An ability to write a symbol Turing Machines (Demo) Turing-Machines and Computationalism The claim of computationalism is not that our mind is implemented by a Turing-machine –Again, Turing-computation is only one form of computation However, the theory of Turing/


Reading the Mind: Cognitive Tasksand fMRI data: Reading the Mind: Cognitive Tasks and fMRI data: Larry Manevitz, David Hardoon and Omer Boehm IBM Research.

Reading the Mind: Cognitive Tasksand fMRI data: Reading the Mind: Cognitive Tasks and fMRI data: Larry Manevitz, David Hardoon and Omer Boehm IBM Research Center, Haifa University /Computational Difficulties Computational: Need to repeat the entire earlier experiments 30 times for each generation. Then run over 100 generations Fortunately we purchased a machine with 16 processors and 128GigaBytes internal memory. So these are 80,000 NIS results! Haifa UniversityCOQT 200949 Finding the areas of the brain? /


Detailed Reading Unit 3 Security Supplementary ReadingAfter ReadingDetailed ReadingGlobal ReadingBefore Reading B R _ main English Song — Saturday Night.

. Finally, we found the way to keep away the terrorists, no matter whether they are real or imagined in our mind. Supplementary ReadingAfter ReadingDetailed ReadingGlobal ReadingBefore Reading Unit 3 Security D R _ Sentence 8 _ … young Westerners … Paraphrase the sentence. The machines are thought to be able to tell the businessman whether his friend or client is telling lies with little probability/


1. Word Web 2. About the Author 3. Future Shock and FUTURE SHOCK 4. Henry Ford Before Reading_main Before ReadingGlobal ReadingDetailed ReadingAfter Reading.

has always been inadequate and misleading, for technology has always been more than factories and machines. The invention of Article1_S Before ReadingGlobal ReadingDetailed ReadingAfter Reading A. Toffler the horse collar in the middle ages led to major changes in agricultural/? 你什么时候想起这个主意的? 1) take place; happen 2) if an idea or thought occurs to you, it suddenly comes into your mind They were still hopeful that some kind of miracle would occur. 他们还对某种奇迹会发生存有希望。 It suddenly occurred to me that we could use/


Time, Self and Mind (ATS1835) Introduction to Philosophy B Semester 2, 2015 Dr Ron Gallagher Office Hours: Clayton: Thu 1-2pm.

-14 Logic Primer AT1 Mon August 10, 10amReadings 2.1-2.2 W417-Aug-14 Mind- Dualism versus Materialism about the Mind Readings 3.1-3.2 W524-Aug-14 Mind - Can Machines Think? Computationalism and the Turing Test Readings 3.3 W631-Aug-14 Mind - Can Machines Think? Objections to Computationalism AT2 Mon Aug 31st, 10am Reading 3.4 W707-Sep-14 Self - Lockean Psychological Theory and Identity/


EUROPEAN SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF COGNITIVE SYSTEMS Genoa 2-4 July 2008 ABSTRACT The Evolution/Machine: Reconsidering La Mettries Lhomme machine Robin.

(purple) is held in the cell nucleus by the polymerase complex (blue- grey), collects the complementary codons (yellow) and is read out into messenger RNA (yellow) TRANSLATION: mRNA (yellow) emerges from the cell nucleus and is captured by a ribosome (blue/ worm or a fly. The biology of the mind has now captured the imagination of the scientific community Science shows us how more profoundly we are machines Evolutionary theory suggests we are machines in a broader sense Evolutionary biology has introduced a/


Brain, Mind, Consciousness and the Ghost in the Machine Włodzisław Duch Department of Computer Science, School of Computer Engineering, Nanyang Technological.

. Ancient view Gilbert Ryle, The concept of mind, Univ. of Chicago Press (1949) Is there a ghost in the machine? Or is mind a product of the brain? Is there a horse inside the steam train? Mind is not a thing, it is a process/-Minds Lingu-bots Knowledge modeling Info-retrieval VR avatars Robotics Brain models Affective computing Episodic Memory Semantic memory Working Memory Learning Brains and understanding General idea: when the text is read and analyzed activation of semantic subnetwork is spread; new/


1-1 The Fun They Had Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two:

One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement “But my mother says a teacher has to be adjusted to fit the minds of each boy/ The Fun They Had Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement mechanical adj. 1) affecting or involving a machine 2) a mechanical action, reply, etc/


Introduction to AI & Intelligent Agents This Lecture Read Chapters 1 and 2 Next Lecture Read Chapter 3.1 to 3.4 (Please read lecture topic material before.

Introduction to AI & Intelligent Agents This Lecture Read Chapters 1 and 2 Next Lecture Read Chapter 3.1 to 3.4 (Please read lecture topic material before and after each lecture on that topic) You /Artificial Intelligence ( John McCarthy, Basic Questions) John McCarthy What is Artificial Intelligence Thought processes –“The exciting new effort to make computers think.. Machines with minds, in the full and literal sense” (Haugeland, 1985) Behavior –“The study of how to make computers do things at which, at /


HUMAN BEING’s MIND Of Max Diniz Cruzeiro. The Cerebral Machine according to Max Diniz Cruzeiro Similar functioning to the computer; Multiplicity of connections;

storage; Neural chemistry of information; Communicability among sectors of the human being machine (emphasis: senses). Similar functioning to the computer COMPUTERS X MIND HUMAN BEING Necessity of energy Storage (HD)Storage (brain) Restricted memory/ Seeing Symbols  Searching library of signals  interpreting  Having access to a neural group of the knowledge base  Reading; Rescueing knowledge. 4º step: Activating knowledge: equality, multiplication, addition and substitution of the variable for value. So /


Toward Fully Automated Person- Independent Detection of Mind Wandering Robert Bixler & Sidney D’Mello University of Notre Dame July 10,

 Blanchard, Bixler, D’Mello (2014) acoustic-prosodic In the Zone: Towards Detecting Student Zoning Out Using Supervised Machine Learning  Drummond and Litman (2010) eye movements mindless reading mindful reading research questions 1.can mind wandering be detected from eye gaze data? 2.which features are most useful for detecting mind wandering?  4 texts on research methods  self-paced page-by-page  30-40 minutes  difficulty and/


COMP 4—Power Tools for the Mind 1 What’s in the box? Computer architecture, part 1: What we’ll cover for this lecture topic: –What is a CPU? –How is a.

Unit Registers Clock And, of course, wires that connect everything together. COMP 4—Power Tools for the Mind 3 What’s in the box? —CONTROL UNIT (CU): circuitry for coordinating machine’s activities. Controls sequence of operations. —ARITHMETIC & LOGIC UNIT (ALU): circuitry to perform data manipulation/ circuits to use, in what order; and from where the data should be read or to where it should be stored. COMP 4—Power Tools for the Mind 6 What’s in the box? More specifically: A program consists of a sequence/


Conscious mind as a limit of brain-like computing

, Toruń, Poland www.phys.uni.torun.pl/~duch SAICSIT-2003 Plan: Intro: avatars, bots, robots, and mind-bots. Philosophical objections against machine consciousness. Brain-like computing. How to make a conscious artifact? Conclusions. Avatars Avatars, talking heads: pre-cognitive/Orange mobile phone company for £95M – see her in your phone soon. Andrea Catherwood, or Vandrea, reads the news for BT5. Simon reads news in sign language. Create your own avatar (from two photos) and save bandwidth sending it around/


Machine Consciousness ? Discussion panel Prof. Włodzisław Duch, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore & Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland WWW:

where are we now, and what are the prospects for Machine Consciousness? Bots, lingubots, Turing and Loebner. Robots, mind-bots, avatars in virtual environments. Where does it go? Philosophical objections against machine consciousness. Brain-like computing or how to make a conscious / phone company for £95M – see her in your phone soon. Andrea Catherwood, or Vandrea, reads the news for BT5.Vandrea Simon reads news in sign language. Pulse technology Veeper in Harvard.Veeper in Harvard Create your own avatar (/


COMP 4—Power Tools for the Mind 1 What’s in the box? Computer architecture, part 2 What we’ll cover for this lecture topic: –What affects overall processing.

RAM’s cousin, ROM? Excellent text coverage! Read pages 44 - 47. COMP 4—Power Tools for the Mind 2 What’s in the box? Machine cycle: processing of a single machine-language instruction In a basic machine: 1 instruction cycle 1 execution cycle CPU Memory CU/Clock speed –EG: 800 MHz clock = 800 million clock ticks/second 800 million steps occur per second (machine cycles) COMP 4—Power Tools for the Mind 4 What’s in the box? –Within same processor class, clock speed might be a fair performance indicator:/


Philosophy E156: Philosophy of Mind Week 3: The Chomskyan Revolution (cont.) & Nativism.

of men can do” – Chomsky links this first means with language’s “creative aspect” – (2) Diversity of action. While machines do some things well, some better than humans, they fail in other things because they act through the “disposition of their organs,” /for studying the nature and mechanisms of the human mind, and that only within this context can we perceive the larger issues that determine the directions in which the study of language should develop.” (Selected Readings, pp. 3-4.) What Is the Poverty /


Philosophy E156: Philosophy of Mind Week 2: The Chomskyan Revolution.

, which perhaps led to crisis; – (e) non-Baconian, but unified and providing what Chomsky calls “intellectual justification” (Selected Readings, p. 7) Science Creation and Scientific Revolutions (cont.) Other elements (from Thomas Kuhn’s The Structure of Scientific Revolutions): Science/to clarify the issues.” However, the point was purely negative – to show that the simple machine models of the mind that were much discussed were inadequate as models of natural language processors Point of Chomsky’s Work /


BR-main Before Reading 2. Background Information 4. Discussion 1. Spot Dictation The Montreal Protocol Guglielmo Marconi Carl Sagan Smallpox 3. Warm-up.

and television in particular tends to seduce the mass population away from reading. In pursuit of the profit motive, TEXT-S-6 From paper clips, ballpoint pens, computers, dictating and copying machines, microwave ovens, vacuum cleaners, dish and clothes washers and driers/ and chemistry. No life force, no spirit, no soul seems to be involved. Likewise in neurophysiology: Tentatively, the mind seems to be the expression of the hundred trillion neural connections in the brain, plus a few simple chemicals. TEXT/


MACHINE LEARNING BASICS David Kauchak CS159 Fall 2014.

 dialogue generation  pronoun resolution  compare word similarity measures (more than the ones we looked at)  word sense disambiguation  machine translation  information retrieval  information extraction  question answering  summarization  speech recognition EM Anybody notice anything at Thursday’s colloquium (related to this class)? The mind-reading game How good are you at guessing random numbers? Repeat 100 times: Computer guesses whether you’ll type 0/


Human Machine Interfaces By Elizabeth Chmiel, Senai Iman, and Ece Yaman.

redefining the traditional landscape of our societies between the organic and machine, technology will shake our understanding of ethics, morality, humanism, and science between the organic and machine, technology will shake our understanding of ethics, morality, humanism, / Internet and Our Minds internet has replaced books, encyclopedias, whole libraries internet has replaced books, encyclopedias, whole libraries because of all the information that is accessible via the web, we do not read as many books /


Machine Consciousness ? Stan Franklin: Computational Models of Consciousness “Here functional consciousness is meant, not phenomenal consciousness or sentience.”

company for £95M – see her in your phone soon. Andrea Catherwood, or Vandrea, reads the news for BT5.Vandrea Simon reads news in sign language. Pulse technology Veeper in Harvard.Veeper in Harvard Create your own /Higher order cognitive processes... coming slowly. Mind-botsMind-bots Agents, bots, robots – mindless machines? Add higher level cognitive functions to software agents, reason about goals, perceptions, actions, and mental states of other agents. Mind-bots: some theory of cognition + linguistic/


Turing Machines and Computationalism Minds & Machines Fall 2006.

to on either end –An ability to move along this symbol string (to go left or right) –An ability to read a symbol –An ability to write a symbol Turing Machines (Demo) Turing-Machines and Computationalism The claim of computationalism is not that our mind is implemented by a Turing-machine Again, Turing-computation is only one form of computation However, the theory of Turing/


Planning Reading for Information Reading for Information Memory Exam Skills Exam Skills Go here Study Skills.

1.What is the passage about? 2.How many forms of energy are there? 3.Complete the sentence: Machines are devices which ________ Planning MemoryExam Skills Reading ENERGY Everything that happens involves a transfer of energy. The sun has provided most of the energy which /whole topic on an A3 page It will look different for each person – it’s how you link information together! The mind map below was made in two minutes using the Wise Mapping website. Sign up here for free! Planning ReadingExam Skills Memory /


Philosophy 1050: Introduction to Philosophy Week 12: “Thinking Machines”: Artificial Intelligence and Human Minds.

Since Turing ► Since Turing wrote, artificial intelligence has made great strides forward. We now have computers that can identify faces, read music, write poetry, and solve problems that no human could ever solve. ► In 1997, IBM’s Deep Blue defeated / program, and thereby can be said to have “learned.” Computer Thinking: Minds and Machines ► “The ‘skin-of-an-onion analogy is also helpful. In considering the functions of the mind or brain we find certain operations which we can explain in purely mechanical /


BR-main Before Reading 3. Some World-wide Famous Research Institutes 4. Some Well-known Frauds or Plagiarisms in Recent Years 2. Some World-wide Famous.

to perfection 力求完善 使(某事)十全十美 陈年佳酿 TEXT-W4- synthesis synthesis: n. 1) the production of sounds, speech, or music electronically The reading machine electronically scans printed texts and speaks the words aloud by using speech-synthesis software. 2) sth. that has been made by / are some ink blots on the white wall. TEXT-W5- superb superb: adj. extremely good Helen has a superb mind and is able to articulate her thoughts with great precision and wit. 运动设施是第一流的 。 The sports facilities are superb. TEXT-W5/


How to Read and Understand Case Law. 2 Overview Case Law Case Law Structure of a Decision Structure of a Decision Precedent Precedent Case Citation Case.

burner functioned just as a burner was expected to function; and the paving machine did the same. 11 Case Law (Patent Case Law Analogy) Claimed invention /directed to a shoe sole with increased traction. Claim 1, the only independent claim at issue, reads: An improved shoe sole.... 198 application, at 7. On July 24, 1997, appellants filed /evidence that a reasonable mind might accept as adequate to support to the finding Requires evidence that a reasonable mind might accept as adequate to support /


Focus on the Mind: Cognitive Psychology. I. INTRODUCTION A. Cognitive Psychology  Cognitive Psychology is the school of thought which is interested in.

of the modern computer.  He described an abstract digital computing machine consisting of a limitless memory and a scanner that moves back and forth through the memory, symbol by symbol, reading what it finds and writing further  Turing was a cryptanalyst during/as what is the nature of human nature?  This type of question posed in relation to machines brings into play many issues such as the mind-body question and the lawfulness of human behavior and free will.  Other philosophical issues concerns /


Introduction GNM2209 Intelligent Machine and Human Beings.

emotions cannot approach the complexity of human emotions, which arise indirectly from the organization of our minds. Programs or machines will acquire emotions in the same way: as by-products of their structure, of the way/scientifically, fairmindedly, and philosophically. Approach of this Class Open to arguments, possibly head-on, on various issues on machine and human being through reading articles, videos, lectures, and discussions. By savoring the arguments, turning them over and taking them apart, we /


Cognitive Psychology.

of the world determine behaviour and are central to human experience.  Description Computer Analogy Psychologists see the mind as a complex machine – where they believe that it is useful to model mental processes using an information-processing approach / in ability to remember before a particular incident Evaluation: Strengths Findings: Wearing still has ability to talk, read, write, and sight-read music (procedural knowledge)  He could not transfer information from STM to LTM.  His memory lasted 7-30/


Black Box Software Testing Copyright © 2003 Cem Kaner & James Bach 179 Bug Advocacy How to Win Friends, and SToMp BUGs. ASSIGNED READING: Kaner, Bach,

modem, etc. –When you find a defect, use Machine 1 as your bug reporting machine and replicate on Machine 2. Machine 2 is totally different. Different processor, different keyboard and /several versions, realized that it has earned tenure in some people’s minds. Perhaps, though, customer complaints about this bug have simply never /Bach 246 Bug Advocacy Advocating for bug fixes by alerting people to costs. Assigned Reading: Kaner, Quality Cost Analysis: Benefits & Risks. Black Box Software Testing Copyright ©/


A COLLECTION OF CHARTS ON KANT’S THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE: The mind makes the world rather than the world makes the mind. Kant declared metaphysics is impossible.

SYSTEM: COIN COUNTING MACHINE: Unsorted Coins represents the percepts, the raw material of knowledge. Space & Times: Forms of Sensibility Forms of Sensibility Just as the machine sorted out the different coins, so the mind functions as a /), quality (knowledge of grammar), relation (double), place (Lothlorien), time (yesterday), posture (sitting), state (shoes on), action (reading) & passivity (being cut). These ten categories can, in turn be understood as taking the category of substance as fundamental or /


The Evolution/Machine La Mettrie’s Lhomme machine.

purple) is held in the cell nucleus by the polymerase complex (blue- grey), collects the complementary codons (yellow) and is read out into messenger RNA (yellow) TRANSLATIONTRANSLATION: mRNA (yellow) emerges from the cell nucleus and is captured by a ribosome (/homme machine can now re- jig the machine? Can be a self-transforming machine ? WHAT DO WE NOT SHARE WITH ANIMALS? A sensory-motor cortex 5 times larger than for the chimpanzee Speech and spoken language certainly (and writing) - but much else Mind /


9/17/20151 CS 271 Neural Networks Cluster Introduction e/larry/larry.phphttp://www.mind.ilstu.edu/research/complete_inactiv.

can we build machines that aid humans? When does computer-aided cross the line into no longer human? 9/17/20156 Materials Human brains – Dr. Gittis + some intro readings assigned by Dr. Lenox (e.g., Brain Facts) Neural networks – readings assigned by / NAME LENGTH SECOND TO 1 SECOND # PER COMPARED # PER COMPARED Computer Types: Classical vs. Non- classical http://www.mind.ilstu.edu/curriculum/nature_of_com puters/computer_types.php?modGUI=196&compGUI= 1747&itemGUI=3016 9/17/2015CS 103. Ch. 143 Boolean Logic/


Turing Machines and Computationalism Minds & Machines Fall 2005.

move along this symbol string (to go left or right) –An ability to read a symbol –An ability to write a symbol Turing Machines (Demo) Universal Turing Machines One of Turing’s great achievements was his finding that one can make a Universal Turing/the nervous system. Thus, the brain does seem like an information-processor: a computer. So, if the mind is seen as dependent on the brain, then the mind is realized by a computer. –Also, we just saw that one can obtain powerful information- processing capacities /


The Mind-Body Problem and the Puzzle of Consciousness Minds and Machines.

is impossible to specify what it is, what it does, or why it evolved. Nothing worth reading has been written on it.” – Stuart Sutherland, International Dictionary of Psychology Epiphenomenalism The puzzle of consciousness lead to another form/Epiphenomenalism : causal relationship Quiz Question 1 “Without a mind, physical entities wouldn’t do anything by themselves. A mind is like a ‘captain of the ship’ or ‘ghost in the machine’ that controls the behavior of the physical entity it/


1 Largs Academy Drama Department Reading the Signs of Performance.

Dream and in Brooks... Ubu aux Bouffes an industrial cable spool became a war machine on which Ubu rode crushing his enemies before him... In Ubu three bricks arranged/ a language often borrow from Asian performance with its highly stylised gestures which are read by the audience like a language system. Artaud was drawn to Balinese and Cambodian/ means of trying to capture the randomness and free associations of the unconcious mind. His Einstein on the Beach was a collaboration with the composer PhilIip Glass/


Meaning of Life (MOL) 1 – Philosophical Perspectives (Wikipedia Material) Read this part of the Wikipedia Material in your textbook, and follow the prompts.

Philosophical Perspectives (Wikipedia Material) Read this part of the /turn create their own Vessels (Biological Computers/Machines) of Incarnate Existence through Thoughts (light waves) and Vibrations (sound waves). HOW are these Biological Computers/Machines propagated? DNA is the template of Incarnate / – Back to Natural Philosophy? Based on the premises of non-materialistic explanations of the mind, some have suggested the existence of a cosmic consciousness, asserting that consciousness is actually the/


MIND READING WHEN YOU SAY NOTHING AT ALL…. Aditya Sharma (06305007) Mitesh M. Khapra (06305016) Sourabh Kasliwal (06329013) Rajiv Khanna (06329019)

. Emotion recognition also helps in tackling various psychological problems. 35 REFERENCES Rana Ayman el Kaliouby, “Mind-reading machines: automated inference of complex mental states”, Ph.D. Dissertation, University Of Cambridge, July 2005. el/autism.”, In: HCI International 2003, 22-27 Jun 2003, Crete, Greece. el Kaliouby, Rana and Robinson, Peter, “Mind Reading Machines: Automated Inference of Cognitive Mental States from Video”, in: Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 2004 IEEE International Conference on, /


Higher and Int. 2 Close Reading Question types and strategies.

, uplands, lowlands, birds’ eggs, wildflowers, badgers, historical sites and countless other aspects of the landscape and its inhabitants. 3. Read lines 21–29. (a) By referring to specific words or phrases, show how lines 21–24 perform a linking function at this/ very young and the very old in huge numbers every winter. Never mind that the generous use of hot water and detergent, particularly when combined in a washing machine for the laundering of bed linen and clothing, has virtually eliminated the /


How to Be True to Yourself Reading aloud Audiovisual supplements Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Four: Consolidation.

in this or any other hospital,” he told her.e.g. That machine works fine if you oil it.e.g. Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading 3.text11-12_S_People who… Section One: Pre-reading Activities People who lack genuine core values rely on external factors… Paraphrase: /(for me)? Could you (please) open the door? Could you possibly open the door? Would you kindly open the door? Would you mind opening the door? Would you be so kind as to open the door? 1. Can you give me a glass of water? 2./


Chapter 8, Main Memory.

a machine language program executes, it may cause memory address reads or writes From the point of view of memory, it is of no interest what the program is doing All that is of concern is how the program/operating system/machine manage/ contains the maximum relative address value. The relocation register contains the base address allocated to the program Keep in mind that when context switching, these registers are among those that the dispatcher sets Memory management unit functionality with relative /


Do Now: Read the Ch.7, sect.1 summary and watch Unit 4 video

Now: Read the Ch.7, sect.1 summary and watch Unit 4 video Homework: Read Ch.7, sect.2 answer ques. #s 3 and 4 Date: 10/27/10 What was the Industrial Revolution? Industrial Revolution- social and economic reorganization that took place as machines replaced/helped create public schools in Massachusetts “If we do not prepare children to become good citizens…if we do not enrich their minds with knowledge, then our republic must go down to destruction, as others have gone before it.” Previous schools- one room /


This week’s topics Naïve Bayes (recap) Vector Space Models in NLP Latent Semantic Analysis Question-Answering Precision/Recall Watson Machine Translation.

topics Naïve Bayes (recap) Vector Space Models in NLP Latent Semantic Analysis Question-Answering Precision/Recall Watson Machine Translation Change to Schedule Wednesday Oct. 26: Support Vector Machines instead of Bayesian Networks Readings for this week (all on class webpage) B. Christian, Mind vs. MachineMind vs. Machine D. Ferrucci et al. Building Watson: An overview of the DeepQA projectBuilding Watson: An overview of the/


Revised from an invited lecture to the Annual Conference of Christians in Science, 2006: “Mind, Machines and Majesty - The Boundaries of Humanity” Minds,

desperation: No theory of the individual’s performance is applicable to real life 1. Assume investigator’s words directly read participant’s mind 2. Mechanisms measured only for detection, not discrimination; yet: - detection of a stimulus is useful only in /auxiliary verb ‘may’ which is used to connote freedom … More importantly, computer science needs the concept of a ‘virtual machine‘ - software that, not just is independent of which hardware it is implemented on, but also organises lower-level programs /


Teaching Aim Reading I Reading II Extended Activities UNIT.

无聊的 ———————————— ———————————— The Most Promising 有前途的 ———————————— ———————————— The Most Stressful 有压力的 ———————————— ———————————— Pre-reading II Unit 3 Career II. Pairwork: Discuss the following questions with your partner. II. /each other? ____________________________________________________________ 5. He has made up his mind to return to China and request for a job. /true 6. I like to work with numbers, records, or machines in a set, orderly way. True Mostly true Not true /


Levels of culture Ü This is “culture in the narrow sense”; I sometimes call it “culture one”. Ü Not only those activities supposed to refine the mind are.

of organizations differ are “concentration of authority” and “ structuring of activities”. Pyramids, machines, markets, and families Clashes between organizational models Ü Potential victims of such pitfalls / and this explains the Dragons’ relatively low scores on this value. Western minds and Eastern minds Ü No part of our lives is exempt from culture’s influence. /, in the arms traffic the rich countries. Ü Appendix: Reading mental programs Reading mental programs Ü One may say broadly that all the animals/


Unit 4 Language Structures Language Structures Dialogue I Dialogue I Dialogue II Dialogue II Reading I Reading I Reading II Reading II Guided Writing.

of exposition. B1-Unit 4 Dialogue I Dialogue I Dialogue II Dialogue II Reading II Reading II Reading I Reading I Language Structures Language Structures B1-Unit 4 Unit 4 LS LSP 1 1/ and making suggestions. Practice following conversations: Unit 4 Language points for LSP IV: 1.xerox machine: photocopier, “Xerox” is a trade mark. 2. magic eye: name used for various / friends”. If we try to adopt the pattern to express what is on our minds, such as “Now that the new college life is here to challenge us, instead/


The Future of Print: Cogitations on Reading Discussion Fairleigh Dickinson University Library College at FlorhamOctober 6, 2007 James W. Marcum, Ph.D.

proven to be a marvelous machine—great for packaging information, /reading) Reading (including “selection” for reading) Preservation Preservation “Not all books are equal” The various “functions” of the book are not equal The Authority Factor: Presidents, Pundits, and the Prominent Bill Gates Bill Gates Bill Clinton Bill Clinton Tom Brokaw Tom Brokaw “Digital Futurists” “Digital Futurists” Negroponte Negroponte Kurzweil Kurzweil Modern/Western Intellectual Achievement great minds, working alone… great minds/


MACHINE LEARNING BASICS David Kauchak CS457 Fall 2011.

:1 intelligent:1 and:1 to:1 modern:1 … this would likely be lower this would likely be higher The mind-reading game How good are you at guessing random numbers? Repeat 100 times: Computer guesses whether you’ll type 0/1 You/ than half the time… The mind-reading game The computer is right much more than half the time… Strategy: computer predicts next keystroke based on the last few (maintains weights on different patterns) There are patterns everywhere… even in “randomness”! Why machine learning?  Lot’s of/


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