In our modern age, full of science and technology, physical existence often appears to be the most substantial and “real” aspect of the world.
Some think that math is invented. Evidence, though, points towards its discovery.
Some of the panicky AI-will-take-over-the-world talk grows out of seductive optics — that is, the AI packaging.
AI can appear smart when it generates a surprising result. But surprise does not equate to creativity.
Lady Ada Lovelace (1815–1852), daughter of the poet George Gordon, Lord Byron, was the first computer programmer.