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If you did not set up a schedule for your intelligent agent, follow these steps to run the agent manually
The intelligent agent has two interrelated tasks – to learn and to control.
In fact, all online testing and behavioral targeting tools can be thought of as being composed of these two primary components:
In 1986, Charles B. Thaxton, a physical chemist and creationist, used the term "specified complexity" from information theory when claiming that messages transmitted by DNA in the cell were specified by intelligence, and must have originated with an intelligent agent.  The intelligent design concept of "specified complexity" was developed in the 1990s by mathematician, philosopher, and theologian William A. Dembski .  Dembski states that when something exhibits specified complexity (., is both complex and "specified", simultaneously), one can infer that it was produced by an intelligent cause (., that it was designed) rather than being the result of natural processes. He provides the following examples: "A single letter of the alphabet is specified without being complex. A long sentence of random letters is complex without being specified. A Shakespearean sonnet is both complex and specified."  He states that details of living things can be similarly characterized, especially the "patterns" of molecular sequences in functional biological molecules such as DNA.
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