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One reminder, artificial intelligence as whole is a failure, although I don't deny there are some limited success in very limited number of particular areas. Machine translation is one of those things we wanted to archieve with artificial intelligence, and failed.

Somebody should really tell all those people working away in AI research around the world that they're wasting their time then :-)

AI has certainly been wildly over-hyped at various times - but tons of useful stuff has come out of it, and still is. The problem is that soon as it becomes popular people stop classifying it as AI. When I was a student GAs, expert system, GPSG parsers, neural nets, etc. were all AI. Now they're mainstream :-)

<Adrian briefly considers his AI degree, sighs, and goes back to writing some perl>

In reply to Re^2: detecting the language of a word? by adrianh
in thread detecting the language of a word? by domm

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    [Discipulus]: get them all printed on screen
    Discipulus ;=)
    [shmem]: silly question, silly answer:
    [Discipulus]: i know, i know..
    [shmem]: man perlfunc |perl -nle '$ok++ if /Alphabetical Listing of Perl Functions/;if($ok ){$s{$1}++if /^ (\w+)/}}{for(keys %s){$f="prototype \\\&CORE::$_"; eval"$f"||delete $CORE::{$_}}print for sort keys%CORE::'
    [shmem]: well, there are some builtins which don't have a prototype...
    [Discipulus]: eh eh.. i was looking in toke.c but dunno if is already used
    [shmem]: oh the whitespace in the regex got condensed, meh
    [shmem]: should be /^ {7}(\w+)/ or such

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