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by earl, 6132 days ago
"I realise now that I was exhibiting a classic syndrome of AI workers - diverting my efforts to tool building rather than to implementing intelligence."
Martin Fowler: "A fundamental technological shift will [..] cause further data model churn. As memory sizes grow as fast as prices drop, we are increasingly reaching the point where most databases can be kept entirely in memory. Couple this with a mechanism for durable changes, and you have a whole different kind of database with fundamentally different assumptions about what it takes to perform."
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