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Monday, February 29, 2016

Complex Intelligence

Complex Intelligence

Esko Kilpi | February 28, 2016

A friend who works with Artificial Intelligence told me: “it is possible that there are unique things about humans, but in terms of intelligence it does not look that way. With the brain there is nothing that isn’t computable. The brain is a computer like any other.” I begged to differ.
There is still thinking about brains that is based on the model of human behavior used by neoclassical economists. This mathematical model suggests that human decision-making can be modeled as if our decisions were the outcome of solving differential equations.


<more at; related articles: (Roger Penrose - beyond algorithms. 2005.) and (The Brain Is Not Computable. A leading neuroscientist says Kurzweil’s Singularity isn’t going to happen. Instead, humans will assimilate machines. February 18, 2013)

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