Posted Oct 18, 2019 |  by Quilette magazine, William Littlefield

In this article for the Quilette magazine, William Littlefield suggests that the speed and infallibility of computing provides no advantage for unprecedented problems that call for new hypotheses. Today’s inductive AI can only solve problems in a predefined problem space. Where a computer might be stuck in an endless loop, iterating over... Read More

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