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halfpredictivebakery

Neural net anticipates HBer's responces, so you don't have to wait.
 
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Trained by the existing HB database, a neural net lets the halfbaker know how others will react when they read the concept.
briancady413, Jun 10 2012

It's baked... http://www.halfbakery.com
(Cause the our heads are neural nets.) [Inyuki, Jun 10 2012]

Halfbakery standard responses Halfbakery_20Standard_20Responses
[DrBob, Jun 12 2012]

EZBakery
[xaviergisz, Jun 12 2012]

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       Not sure of the value of this; a good idea can elicit negative reactions here. Why worry about it?
Phrontistery, Jun 10 2012
  

       Nothing, human or machine, can predict [The Alterother].   

       [pocmloc] excluded, of course.
Alterother, Jun 10 2012
  

       I just knew you were going to post that comment, or something very like it.
pocmloc, Jun 10 2012
  

       The waiting's the fun bit, surely?
Fishrat, Jun 10 2012
  

       Even if you make a predictive algorithm, it will take nonzero amount of time to wait. Add the fact that some of the halfbakery users are experiencing time-dilation effects of turbocharged brain, and you still have non-negligible delays, even if your algorithm is fast. (P.S., neural nets are a bit outdated in prediction and machine learning.)
Inyuki, Jun 10 2012
  

       I was just about to say exactly the same thing...
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 10 2012
  

       My predictable response is to say that you misspelled "responces."
sqeaketh the wheel, Jun 11 2012
  

       //My predictable response is to say that you misspelled "responces."//   

       You're under control!
rcarty, Jun 12 2012
  

       Rowing with both oars in the water, you are not.
UnaBubba, Jun 13 2012
  

       I predict that you must wait until New Year's Eve to make a prediction...
xandram, Jun 13 2012
  
      
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