“Consider the toothpicks. If we drop them on the ground and let them scatter randomly, they will have no shape and will thus be uninformative.”
David Berlinski lives in the shadow of the Notre-Dame in Paris and poignantly remembers the cathedral before it burned.
William Dembski accurately formalized a filter we use so often that we’re like fish in the sea.
As Denyse O’Leary asks, “Why is it comparatively easy to develop a program to play chess, as opposed to teaching a robot to walk freely?”