Says Gregory Chaitin, algorithmic information theory pioneer: “The mind-body problem lives! A stimulating collection of contemporary perspectives.”
The analogy with chess is apt — computers play chess but in ways different from us by being able to brute force their way through millions more positions.
Yet I continue to maintain that human intelligence is qualitatively different from artificial intelligence.
Following up in considering Daniel Nicholson’s challenge to the machine concept of the cell, I will examine intracellular transport and cellular behavior.
If you’ve been online at all for the last few weeks, chances are you’ve come across headlines about the folk/country singer Oliver Anthony.