Tag: Erik Larson
Breaking ChatGPT: Its Inability to Find Patterns in Numerical Sequences
Pattern completion tasks like this have been part of aptitude testing for a long time. The NSA and CIA, for instance, have used them to help in hiring analysts.
Rosenhouse’s Whoppers: More Guidance on Reading Jason Rosenhouse
So much in Rosenhouse’s book is careless, giving no indication that he has carefully studied and adequately comprehended my work or that of my colleagues.
Harvard U Press Computer Science Author Gives AI a Reality Check
The key missing ingredient in machine intelligence is the ability to appreciate context, do analysis, and make appropriate inferences.
Terrific Video Interview with Erik Larson
It was done before his book was released and gives a succinct summary of the book. It’s short.
Why Computers Will Likely Never Perform Abductive Inferences
If you are going to get a computer to achieve anything like understanding in some subject area, it needs a lot of knowledge.