avatars & computer logic
Posted in the Computer Science Forum
#1 Nov 15, 2010
Computers were invented by the great mathematician and logician code-breaker Alan Turing. Turing devised a way to understand how transformations of perception symbols illuminate perception variability. Understanding perception variability helps humanity understand the intelligence required for unpredictability.
Computers today encode information and data regarding perception variability through a series and network of communication symbols that represent object categorization and contrast perception. Controlling special anomalies in computer and Internet networks, such as Internet worms and viruses, represent humanity's intelligent analysis of communication logic.
Does this explain the symbolic appeal of the Hollywood (USA) movie "Trading Places" (1983)? Movies, do, after all, represent symbolic self-visualization through self-idealization avatars.
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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