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Subject: Re: No interdisciplinary at all, it's just about NN

Author: Keith Evans

Date: 14:36:20 07/06/03

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On July 06, 2003 at 17:10:55, Thorsten Czub wrote:

>On July 06, 2003 at 14:57:41, Andrei Fortuna wrote:
>
>>>Your analysis seems to be right to the point.
>>>
>>>I think it is also clear now to everyone. So the clown continues to talk...
>>>alone in the void.
>
>
>Hi christophe. yes.
>but only a fool person would insist on something for more than 7 years.
>
>NO NORMAL person ever would go into a computerchess scene and try to convince
>the people there that he is sane and insult people for more than 7 years,
>i am really worried that this guy runs arround outside (in muenster and
>surround) and nobody knows how ill he is and he maybe gets really ill patients
>and completely destroys the healing of those crazy people with his own ill
>projections.
>
>this guy is IMO a danger to the society and if this continues i will shut him
>down. it cannot be that a crazy person like him is allowed to work with
>crazy people or people who need help. can you imagine how a person that is ill
>or crazy will end with asking HIM for help ??

If he were a psychotherapist then I doubt that he would make the claims about
being a scientist. I don't know how it is outside America, but practically
anybody can become a psychotherapist here.

At Carngie Mellon the two experimental psychologists James McClelland and David
Rumelhart developed a cognitive framework called parallel distributed
processing. If you look into neural networks you'll surely come across
references to the 1986 book "Parallel Distributed Processing: Explorations in
the Microstructure of Cognition."

I've never seen Rolf reference any of his published papers, so ...



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