In an odd but true irony, OSU scientists have actually been studying artificial intelligence, blending computer vision, machine learning and automated planning to make a system built to "observe a complex operation and then optimize those operations or accomplish other related tasks."
It eventually could help with everything from factory efficiency to nursing care.
A news release said "the idea is for a computer to observe a complex operation and then optimize those operations or accomplish other related tasks."
Just wondering: Does it play quarterback?
Still, Hays did respectably on Saturday, passing for two touchdowns and avoiding any interceptions, while the defense did the heavy lifting. It wasn't artistic and it wasn't dominating. But it was the last of the firsts, barring a someday championship.
Said a clearly relieved coach Kyle Whittingham: "It took us more tries than we would have liked."
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