Terminators and Artificial Neural Networks
A strange thing happened to me at about 7:30 A.M. today. I had just watched the second to last episodes of season 2 of The Sarah Connor Chronicles. I didn’t have the mkv codec to play the last episode or episodes, and needed to move my computer to download it, and I did not want to watch it in the daylight, because I can’t block out very well in my cubicle, so I started moving things out to a darker place. When I was moving my speakers, somehow, it caused my radio, which was on the floor, to turn on – something had hit the on button, which was very odd, since it was mainly light wires dragging across the radio, and the button is small. After standing for a few seconds, wondering how it could have been turned on, I continued moving the computer equipment. I decided to leave the radio on for a while because I thought God wanted me to hear something important. After many minutes of hearing nothing of interest, and preparing a place for my PC in less daylight, I went near the radio and stood there, and came close to turning it off, because the babble was annoying me, but I felt that God wanted me to hear something, so I continued moving things. Very soon after, as I was still moving things about, a news reporter (who’s voice annoys me) talked about a breakthrough: a very recent creation of an artificial neural network that produced unexpected brain wave patterns.