Worldwide Campaign to stop the Abuse and Torture of Mind Control/DEWs
[: :"goverment will lie to you"-the first bush slop bucket server]
the wet hacker page states BICA II was discontinued: i think NOT!
the GLUCK insititue had a pavlovian pool-party...[water shortage? on the upside down?]
"with this equipment you need to test it on someone to see if it works"
ijm guest care of ny times via the herald tribune:
January 27, 1967
JIM LOVELL WAS HAVNG DINNER AT THE WHITE HOUSE WHEN HIS friend Ed White burned to death.
Actually, it wasn't really dinner Lovell was having, just finger sandwiches, orange juice, and unmemorable wine laid out on linen-covered tables in the Green Room. But being that the sun had already gone down and no other time was formally set aside for chow that day, this was as close to dinner as Lovell was going to get.
Actually, too, Ed white didn't burn to death27, 1967
David Gunning [thinks he's a shrink]
First the system will have knowledge--not a database of simple facts--but knowledge about the
world, such as what is meant by a flank, what are common activities a military unit performs,
who is the commander, and what are his preferences.
The system will use reasoning. It will use a variety of inference, planning, and scheduling
techniques. It will use reasoning to infer the exact location of the left flank in this case and
calculate which areas should be monitored for enemy activity.
The system will use dialogue. It will be able to ask the commander questions--but only as a last
resort. If absolutely necessary, it might ask the commander what he means by activity--does he
mean any vehicle movement or just coordinated maneuvers by an entire unit.
The Star-Ledger has learned the Pentagon quietly has killed a project to "reverse-engineer" the , a goal one participant compared to inventing the atomic bomb or landing men on the moon.
But in an e-mail to The Star-Ledger, program manager David Gunning confirmed: " has decided to not pursue BICA phase 2." Requests to interview Gunning were denied.
But simulating the entire organ? "That's not going to happen without DARPA," G
Will Machines Think as Well as Humans?
Mr. Gunning believes that the ultimate step of creating computers with full human intelligence will not happen anytime soon. "We are very far from creating a computer that genuinely thinks as a human," he said. "However, I am also very confident that within five years we will be able to create computer models of cognition that are dramatically more like human cognition than the ones we have today, and ones that could revolutionize our ability to build software systems that can reason, learn, and adapt to changing situations. Gluck said.