....I watched too much of "the Goodies" in the 70's, but my first response to AIOps was "ecky thump"
“So, let me ask you,” he said, smoothing out his goatee with one hand. “Five planes have been circling for hours, delayed. You can land one.” A long pause. “How do you choose?” Us 20-something developers had been corralled into a windowless room to meet with this new “CTO”, but we were pretty sure they didn’t do much right …
And in usual machine learning fiascos, expediting the high value customers becomes always the answer, even when one of them has PAN'd for fuel shortage or has a sick child on board (a declared passenger emergency), a sick child that subsequently dies. How do you like them headlines?
Well I would have chimed in after his horribly smug answer with "No, the correct answer is the one with the cheapest seats and the lowest average socio-economic class on board, as part of the technologcal contribution to the overthrow of the elite capitalist class in favour of the proletariat majority" just to watch the horrified look on his face and enjoy the reaction of the ret of the audience.
“We’ve Seen Too Many False Prophets, But A Messiah Is Coming.”
Listen mate, when you spout all this AI blather at people and they all go "Jesus!", that doesn't mean you can draw this conclusion from it.
Which plane? Reconsider the question ... “Five planes have been circling for hours, delayed. You can land one.” A long pause. “How do you choose?”
In my world, they all were diverted to an alternate airport hours ago. Planes don't often carry enough fuel to arrive at their destination, and then "circle for hours". To do so is a waste of fuel. This kind of scenario only happens in the movies. Just like AI, when you think about it ...
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