There are fundament limits on what a calculating machine can do:
Computers are exclusively theorem generators, while humans appear to be axiom generators… My primary reason for doubting that AI can match human intelligence is that the difference between mind and machine is a difference of kind, not of quantity. Understanding the distinction will help us exploit the abilities of each to their maximum potential. More.
Jonathan Bartlett is the Research and Education Director of the Blyth Institute.
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