[RC5] newbie question

James Healy jimmy at deefa.com
Fri Aug 22 10:43:42 EDT 2003


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| Thank you for the response.  Don't take this wrong way but it seems that
| all that cpu power could be better used.  I guess I don't completly
| understand the RC5 project.  The folding at home project can and has added
| to medical and general technology advances.  I would really like to a
| see a distributed AI project however.  Image a General AI that could be
| trained on a network the size of the one that distributed.net has put
| together.

If rc5 doesn't grab you, there is also the option of running the OGR
project, which you may or may not find more useful. Details are on the
website, but it's a mathematical project..

James


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