“Learning resides in non-human appliance”
Posted: February 28, 2012 in connectivism, Learning
Tags: cck12, computer, connectivism, Google, information, knowledge, learning, non-human, pattern in the chaos, technology, text pattern, translate, translation
Computers of Google translate, for example, can learn. These computers use patterns that they find in large amounts of text (pattern in the chaos). They find patterns, store these patterns in memory and use them in translation. I think, we have here all the elements of learning.