This is the third in a series of reports on a fifty-hour predictive coding experiment using the Borg approach to predictive coding. In this segment my video describes rounds three through sixteen of the training. For these videos to make sense you first need to read and watch Part One and Part Two of the Borg Challenge. If this still makes no sense, you could try reading a science fiction version of the battle between these two competing types of predictive coding review methods, Journey into the Borg Hive. And you thought all predictive coding software and review methods were the same? No, it is a little more complicated than that. For more help and information on Computer Assisted Review, see my CAR page on this blog.
The kind of repetitive review task method I am testing here, where you let the computer do most of the thinking and merely make yes-no decisions, can be tedious and difficult. As the project progressed I began to suspect that it was not only taking a toll on my mind and concentration, but also having physical effects. Some might say the changes are an improvement over my normal appearance, but my wife did not think so. Note the Borg appear to be somewhat like vampires and prefer the dark. Click on these two short video reports and see for yourself.
Stay tuned for Borg Challenge: Part Four where my search continues using a modified Enlightened Borg approach. For an explanation of these terms see Three-Cylinder Multimodal Approach To Predictive Coding.