Creativity has eluded encoding. Programmers have failed to make machines that create as humans create.
Schtulman’s recent book, Scienceblind: Why Our Intuitive Theories About the World Are So Often Wrong, is filled with confusions.
There is no doubt that prairie dogs (and many animals) are quite clever. In some ways, animals can be cleverer than men.
Materialists make a common assumption: that they know what matter is.
I’m trying to count the number of ways that reading Google futurologist as he gushes about the “singularity” makes me feel sick to my stomach.
Darwinism is replete with salesmanship, some of it thoroughly deceptive.
The assertion of materialism, which is the foundation of Darwinian theory, runs headlong into what we know about our own inner lives.
How rich is the spike timing code in a performance of Chopin’s Fantaisie-Impromptu?
Many Artificial Intelligence researchers wrongly believe that intelligence arises from the application of algorithms.
And in large part it isn’t even about science.