Galatea 2.2: A Novel
Picador, 1 янв. 2004 г. - Всего страниц: 352
"Dazzling...a cerebral thriller that's both intellectually engaging and emotionally compelling, a lively tour de force."—Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times
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... knew? A professional eavesdropper with a track recordmightfind no endof thingsto write aboutin an operationthat size. I had no desire towrite about science. My third novel exhausted me for the topic. I was just then finishing.
... knew me fromadistance. They clicked openat the commandof an infrared passcard that I didn't even need to take out of my wallet. I flipped backside to sensors, mandrill style. Anyone reading this by accident or nostalgia ahundred years ...
... knew him, Philip Lentz would bring a life back from the dead. The night in question, I'd diverted myself so successfully with bursts of null activity that I found myself still in the building well past midnight. I was prowling the ...
... chaotically together.By strengthening or weakening itsown synapses,the tangleof junctions could remember. At grosser levels, the net mimicked and—who knew?—perhaps reenacted associative learning. Neural networkers grouped their.
... knew was there. But even lurking left a signature. I learned that networks were not even programmed, in so many words. They were trained.Repeated inputs and parental feedbackcreated an association andburned itin. Reading thatfact ...