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Posted by Harvey on January 25, 2002 15:00:48 UTC

If we infer we must know what we are inferring about. For example, I infer Aurino's existence based on his posts. It is possible that someone is disguised as Aurino and posting as two identities (like some people do), or maybe AI is more advanced than I am aware and that the people at MIT are experimenting with their AI program called 'Aurino' (good job MIT if that's the case, you completely fooled me).

In any case, I infer Aurino based on how I think of him (define him). Of course, we don't have to have a complete definition of who Aurino is to infer his existence (for example, I know very little about Aurino other than some of his thoughts on certain matters).

Warm regards, Harv

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