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from Datasets#StratMLRepository (consider datasets from recorded symbolic games like chess, go, RTS including Warcraft or Starcraft, etc)
... history of strategies, compare, look for patterns, eventually simulate (way trickier), ...
20:17 <Utopiah> http://blog.kapor.com/?p=29 20:20 <Utopiah> linking to a discussion I had with the storyteller friend on the "political power" of technological innovation 20:20 <Paola[Gtalk]> storyteller? 20:21 <Utopiah> to say it bluntly, I think politician really have no power beside the power of making others they do have it , which is in itself great power, propaganda power. 20:21 <Utopiah> Stanford dropout friend living in Berkeley 20:23 <Paola[Gtalk]> of making others they do have it --> believe? 20:23 <Paola[Gtalk]> and the link with technology? 20:24 <Utopiah> yes 20:24 <Utopiah> technological innovation is power in "direct action" 20:24 <Utopiah> not regulatory 20:25 <Paola[Gtalk]> ah ok 20:25 <Paola[Gtalk]> now it is clearer 20:25 <Paola[Gtalk]> yes I think so too 20:25 <Utopiah> dont worry Ill write sth about it ;) especially as it's linked to strategical epistemology 20:26 <Utopiah> and thus, I guess, it was always the case, even for "non-technological animals" 20:26 <Paola[Gtalk]> as politicians whathever their power will have to bend or adapt to it anyway 20:26 <Paola[Gtalk]> animals? 20:26 <Utopiah> a turtle 20:27 <Utopiah> it doesn't use tools, relies solely on his own body 20:27 <Utopiah> unlike some birds, primates, etc... 20:27 <Utopiah> thus the ability to leverage technology is giving power, even outside of the human realm 20:28 <Paola[Gtalk]> a turtle has his own house with it 20:28 <Utopiah> (if you think of a bird using a stick as a form of technology, even if simple) 20:28 <Paola[Gtalk]> it naturally omes with tool 20:28 <Utopiah> then it doesn't cound as technology 20:28 <Paola[Gtalk]> evolved technology 20:29 <Utopiah> well, if you think so you still converge toward my point
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model shared across a team of individual in order to outsmart another team. Is this reducible to the original problematic? If not, why?
In a way, famous mathematician Paul Erdos, designed "knowledge bounties" by putting "prices" on questions he thought might be difficult and valuable.