Monday, August 29, 2011

Yeah, let's see it!

Eric Holloway
August 28, 2011 at 10:35 pm

I’ve used his CSI metric to empirically differentiate my behavior from that of AIs, so I wouldn’t consider it a specious metric. Yes, it is often difficult to apply, but that is more a problem of practice than a problem with the metric itself.

If you are interested in my application of CSI, let me know. My work currently needs some cleaning up, but if enough people show interest I will indeed clean it up and post it at some point.

Thanks for the continued exchange, so far it is useful,


And while you're at it, let's see you calculate the so-called "CSI" in a frog, a tree, a male pig's left nut, the moon, a teaspoon of sea water, and a quark. After all, you wouldn't want anyone to think that "CSI" is a "specious metric", would you?