This new work "How Organisms Come to Know the World: Fundamental Limits on Artificial General Intelligence(GI)", co-authored by Andrea Roli, Johannes Jaeger and Stuart A. Kauffman, discusses several significant obstacles on this path of General Artificial Intelligence. They points out that general intelligence involves situational reasoning, taking perspectives, choosing goals, and an ability to deal … Continue reading Fundamental Limits on Artificial General Intelligence.
Month: September 2022
History of the scaffolding metaphor
Interesting paper "The early history of the scaffolding metaphor: Bernstein, Luria, Vygotsky, and before", covers a lot about the historical evolution of modern conception of scaffolding metaphor. https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1573275978545397762?s=20&t=rPn70LDrIQH2-PbPg_PvXA
Olli-Pekka Heinonen discusses Finland education system with a complexity perspective
Former Minister of Education of Finland Olli-Pekka Heinonen talk with Toby Lowe about Education system of Finland with a complexity perspective. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmuMZLUsrzU&ab_channel=Human.Learning.Systems https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1569976914311528448?s=20&t=rPn70LDrIQH2-PbPg_PvXA
Evolutionarily pragmatic cultural intelligence: David Sloan Wilson
Religion as an evolutionarily pragmatic cultural intelligence: Video Playlist of David Sloan Wilson David Sloan Wilson asks; "Ïf the mind is evolved to to adopt beliefs,...what kind of beliefs will be adopted by by the evolved mind?... Will it be beliefs that have truth value or will it be beliefs that have survival and reproductive … Continue reading Evolutionarily pragmatic cultural intelligence: David Sloan Wilson
You must be logged in to post a comment.