Brandon McGuire (of the Daily Dose of Wisdom podcast) and Stephen Meyer offer a wide-ranging discussion about Dr. Meyer’s work.
Stephen Meyer and other proponents of intelligent design theory are often accused of committing the “God of the gaps” fallacy.
This study raises the interesting question of the interplay between trained biases in ChatGPT and the ability to coax this AI to transcend those biases.
Some ID supporters agree with universal common descent, but many ID supporters argue against the idea that all life shares a common ancestor.
I’ve never heard such a concise account of the principal methodological difficulties of inferring an unconstrained intelligence as a TESTABLE cause.