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Yes, you need to sell them because they don't work to make money for you.
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errrr no, its because its pirated software this spam comes up about once a week!
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Hey sara, do you remember, saying 'life is too short for buggy software?'
You said this w/o much justification as I recall....
what is your ***actual*** view on various neural network software.
I do know a lot of software out there cannot work. For example which is based on Fibonacci ideas. The idea behind that is just wrong.
Also, the idea that a sort of guru program will come up with a prediction automatically, that is wrong.
But, if a person admits that what he is providing is an actual, well-defined mathematical calculation, it should be OK. For instance, if a person gives a calculator to an architect, saying 'This is easier than doing multiplication by hand,' that is valid. It is not valid to say, 'This device will tell you the best height and position to put a building. Do you understand the distinction I am making here?
You know I'm involved with one particular product, which I've mentioned and I will not mention it again because the purpose of this email is not to market it further, but I really would value getting an honest discussion.
I am writing to you because you actually said something, that life is too short to deal with buggy software. Good, that's a start. Now, do you have any experience with neural software, do you want to venture an opinion. I'm not trying to sell somthing here, and will v happily send you the reg key, that is not what it is about. Rather, I'm looking for critical feedback maybe a little more thoughtful than previously........and not just the opinions of friends or colleagues, but I want the nasty stuff, eg it doesn't work, I didn't undersatnd it, it is misleading, not worth it, or whatever.
I hope you see that this post is a little different than the spam above, which someone cut and pasted in. I am, here, a real person, and trying to provide a service that the majority of people know little about, but some do.
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"Neural network" is just a cutesy buzz to entice people toward standalone crap software that has absolutley nothing to do with the concepts involved.
It's like the fellow at the restaurant who ordered the "fresh fruit salad" from the menu, and complained to the waitperson when it was served that the anemic-looking canned fruit cocktail was anything *but* a "fresh fruit salad."
"Oh," said the waitperson, "that's just what they _call_ it!"
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