RE: More on distinguishing information resources from other reso urces

Humans fail Turing Tests consistently.

The test is only interesting if the machine can tell 
that the resource is an information resource.  That 
would be a test of the architecture.


From: []On Behalf Of
Jonathan Borden

I expect that if we outfitted Mark with a heads up display and keyboard that
allowed him to view HTTP GET requests to that he
would be perfectly capable as acting as a standards compliant, if not a tad
slow, HTTP 1.1 server. In that case he *would* in fact be an information
resource, no? ***


*** I am framing a sort of Turing test for information resources :-))

Received on Tuesday, 28 June 2005 21:56:53 UTC