Do you know those prank mirror illusions where an object seems to be sitting in a dish ready to be picked up, but you reach for it and there’s nothing there?
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.
In a conversation with Lex Fridman, Magnus Carlsen betrays no sense of empathy for how his view that life is an accident might negatively impact others.
At first glance the problem might seem far removed from the design detecting rules William Dembski laid out in his Cambridge University Press monograph.
AI can appear smart when it generates a surprising result. But surprise does not equate to creativity.