Dr. Marks thinks it’s possible that AI may improve in its ability to resolve ambiguous language. Right now it’s not looking so good.
The Center for Science & Culture and the Bradley Center for Natural & Artificial Intelligence share more than the commonality of being sponsored by Discovery Institute.
Dreams of god-like immortality achieved through uploading the mind have a serious drawback, one among others. A computer operates algorithmically, strictly so, whereas the mind does not.
I’m reminded again that the Bradley Center’s Robert Marks, among many other distinctions, was born to podcast.
The new Bradley Center for Natural & Artificial Intelligence is deeply informed by the work of William Dembski.