Patten, Cold War, Officer discussed on Men In Blazers - Men in Blazers 10/26/17: Garry Kasparov Pod Special


From machine it changes nothing for you it's a game changer the many situations were you have this emotional component as a very important part over decisionmaking so human guidance is important but what is very important to understand is machines will do most of the tasks better eighty percent 85 ninety percent we have to recognize that we belong to the fuel as this will places i'll take that future because we need each other essentially the way we think ninety nine percent of human understanding is about looking at patten's during information from previous experiences machines as you say 99 percent calculation brute force calculation which is to me when i read that the difference between how i thing and the way my wife thank both humans are unique value is intuition you think a war by and jewish and is it different analytics and stat did at kind of muscle and if so can we train tuition you may call it a muscle that request training as any other muscle it has analytical component of weed but at the end of dates what he called gut feelings i feel that's a right decision if you want something lille bowed intuition only about human factor that they tell the story worthy indict humanity fate was on the threat september twenty six 1983 it was a very very dangerous moment of the cold war the soviets brought down the south korean sgr jet killing two six nine people few weeks before and at that day soviet officer who was on his duty add early nuclear addiction centre he saw only screen the five america intercontinental ballistic missiles with multiple nuclear warheads heading to these of youth.

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