Tag: computer scientists
Where Biology and Engineering Intersect: CELS 2023 Applications Are Open Now!
This is not a conference for listening to ID thought leaders (though many will be there), but an opportunity to jump in and become part of the conversation.
Does Tree-Like Data Refute Intelligent Design?
Computer scientist Winston Ewert applied the concept of “common design” to propose a “dependency graph” model of organismal relationships.
Little Book, Big Waves — Nagel’s Mind and Cosmos, Nine Years Later
As a colleague points out, Nagel’s departure from the “right-thinking consensus” is on a par with David Gelernter’s 2019 farewell to Darwinism.
Listen: Mathematician Gregory Chaitin on Gödel, Incompleteness … and Children
Chaitin discusses his beginnings in computer science, growing up in the 1960s a stone’s throw from Central Park, historic scientists in his field, and more.
Get Involved: Help Harness Science Uprising
You have probably watched friends or family members give themselves up to materialism. It’s heartbreaking, and to see it happen can leave us feeling powerless.