Powerpoint on Powerpoint was posted under the Soap/Paper tab!
Wednesday April 6, 7:00 at Nichols House (Atwater Commons)
popcorn and refreshments served!
Please be conscientious of Haley’s requests
- email your paper 24 hours ahead
- bring your own copy of the paper
- please let Haley know if you need to cancel your appointment
2:00 Greg Woolston
2:30 Audrey Grant
3:00 Linnea Burnham
3:30 Killian Naylor
6:00 Sebastian S.
7:00 Rita C.
6:00 Tess S.
6:30 Ethan B.
7:00 Hannah D.
7:30 Sarina P.
8:00 Will P.
8:30 Ethan B. (2)
“Similar design decisions about how machines are used and whether they will enhance or replace human qualities are now being played out in a multitude of ways, and the real value of Watson may ultimately be in forcing society to consider where the line between human and machine should be drawn.
Indeed, for the computer scientist John Seely Brown, machines that are facile at answering questions only serve to obscure what remains fundamentally human.
“The essence of being human involves asking questions, not answering them,” he said.”
Interesting story on why new innovations must reference the technologies they evolved from. Kindle imitates books, digital cameras have audible “shutter clicks”….