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Re: [newtech-1] CISCO Unified Messaging Engineer FOR NY

From: Damion H.
Sent on: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 1:39 PM
alison kearney wrote:
Stop wasting everyones time on this "lesson." Liza made an innocent mistake. Move on and discuss something a little more beneficial perhaps interesting
...said the other spammer.
Here's something interesting:
John McCarthy, who coined the term "artificial intelligence," passed last night.  He was 84.
In 1958, McCarthy designed Lisp -- a programming model toward which most modern lanaguages have steadily moved as computing power grows.
Paul Graham, a noted programmer and inventor (Viaweb, now Yahoo, and Y Combinator founder), developed spam-filtering techniques to exercise Arc, a new Lisp dialect.  Graham believes that it is futile to erect barriers to block spam, as Alison and Liza have once again circumvented them.  Their Achilles heel, however, is their message -- if we write software that recognizes Alison's and Liza's messages, they will have no way to get around it.
Damion Hankejh |

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