Earlier this month, just in time for the release of Robert J. Marks’s book Non-Computable You, the story broke.
Julian Baggini’s proposed new approach assumes the existence of the very qualities that only a traditional view of the mind offers.
Will robots or other computers ever become so fast and powerful that they become conscious, creative, and free?
How does information theory challenge Darwinian evolution? And how can the methods of probability be used to assess key evolutionary claims?
Eric Cassell discuss the No Free Lunch theorems of William Macready and David Wolpert, and the problem of blind searches for everything from Rubik’s cube solutions to the formula for WD-40.