The universal language of science is sinking under the weight of claims about trauma and privilege.
The personal, communicative nature of storytelling rules out AI as a legitimate author. It can’t intend meaning.
The calculus made modern science possible, but it was the algorithm that made possible the modern world.
Eric Cassell asks, “How did these complex programmed behaviors originate?” The question deserves a better answer than, “They evolved.”
We now know that biological information involves far more than just an organism’s proteome.