About the old solutions not being applicable to the same situations sure the

About the old solutions not being applicable to the

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About the old solutions not being applicable to the same situations: sure – the same ways of interpreting information and communication can not be applied. With time, the methods of communication and even the words change. We might be interacting with our friends over phone calls in middle school, but now it is over text or even through pictures. And hence as and when the way we communicate changes, so should the way we interpret information. It is an ever-evolving process and both changes should be at par with each other, else there is miscommunication or misinterpretation of information. Thanks again for raising an interesting point. I think it opens another avenue for discussion.
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Thank you for your blog! I do agree to the earlier comments that information indeed is perceived differently by different people. Additionally, to your point about “the objective is to teach the computer agent how to process external data to information and take actions depending on the information” An interesting point to note here is that the method of processing external data to information is also subjective. I am a computer science student with a keen interest in machine learning. In a number of places, we try to use machines to make decisions so that the decisions or the “subjectiveness” of processing information is eradicated and that the information from the data is processed objectively. However, since it is humans training the machines, the method of training the machine learning models are themselves subjective. The models are then inherently also trained to process data subjectively. Therefore I believe that more often than not, information is subjective.
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