Warp, Weft, and Way

Chinese and Comparative Philosophy 中國哲學與比較哲學

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  1. Fascinating project title!

    It reminds me of this bit of a NYT article from 2015, on a familiar version of Fingarette’s handshake …

    “Google’s fleet of autonomous test cars is programmed to follow the letter of the law. But it can be tough to get around if you are a stickler for the rules. One Google car, in a test in 2009, couldn’t get through a four-way stop because its sensors kept waiting for other (human) drivers to stop completely and let it go. The human drivers kept inching forward, looking for the advantage — paralyzing Google’s robot.”

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