Re: Infinite Memory: Question 17

From: Anonymous (
Date: Mon Apr 28 1997 - 18:35:22 BST

> (17) We do not remember everything because:
> A. our memories are not good enough
> B. there are some things we just want to forget
> C. our heads are not big enough
> D. it would be too confusing
> E. *none of the above
The Frame Problem exists because we cannot programme a system with all
the rules it needs and, even if we could, it would be the size of the
planet. Or something.

So, if we were talking about algorythms and artificial symbol systems
our heads would not be big enough.

But that's not what the question is about.

Is there an answer to this? Why would we need to remember everything?

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