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Subject: Re: How Do You Define "Work"?


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joiseyfan
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Date Posted: 11:11:52 01/03/18 Wed
In reply to: An Observer 's message, "How Do You Define "Work"?" on 00:08:19 01/03/18 Wed

I wouldn’t be so quick to include basketball with football. Since the revival of Ivy B-ball in the post-AI world in 1989, Princeton (especially in 1998), Penn and Cornell have made runs at the Top Ten, and other mid-majors have gone to the Final Four. It only takes five good players, a strong schedule, excellent coaching, and some good luck (especially regarding injuries).

Football, by comparison, is a huge industrial debacle.

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Go Green
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Date Posted: 11:39:58 01/03/18 Wed


It was basketball (and arguably hockey) that served as the bases for the creation of the AI.

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joiseyfan
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Date Posted: 20:24:19 01/03/18 Wed

Absolutely true, and the AI turned out to work fine in both cases.

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