Tag: George Gilder
Michael D. Aeschliman on C. S. Lewis and Scientism
Scientism claims that science alone dictates the truth, although this system of thought depends on non-scientific reasons to come to such a conclusion.
More Dangers of Totalitarian Science
George Gilder raises concerns about artificial intelligence (AI) — but not the usual economic ones.
“Are We Spiritual Machines?”
The event at which I moderated the discussion about Ray Kurzweil’s book was the 1998 George Gilder Telecosm conference.
George Gilder: Can a Computer Model a Brain?
“The brain is not billions of little computers. It vastly exceeds the most powerful computers in efficiency but it is not directed to calculation as such.”
Jay Richards at COSM Talks Ray Kurzweil and Strong AI
Is the “singularity” coming, as Kurzweil argues there and elsewhere, when machines equal and then quickly surpass human intelligence?