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Re: the distinction between data and intelligence

From: mountain man <hobbit_at_southern_seaweed.com.op>
Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2005 05:31:21 GMT
Message-ID: <J2Pre.17184$F7.16645@news-server.bigpond.net.au>


"erk" <eric.kaun_at_gmail.com> wrote in message news:1118403461.300657.186460_at_o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
> mountain man wrote:

>> Otherwise, how would you define the distinction
>> between data and intelligence (for the purposes
>> of database theory only budding philosophers!)?
>>
>> Or, is such a distinction of little consequence?
>
> Your topic is useful; using the word "intelligence" might not be worth
> the confusion.

Thanks Eric, I am beginning to agree that some words in fact *do* have a great deal of baggage associated with them, and avoidance may avoid confusion.

-- 
Pete Brown
Falls Creek
OZ
www.mountainman.com.au
Received on Wed Jun 15 2005 - 00:31:21 CDT

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