quantum physics

Taken together ... the insecurity, the desperate hunger for money and power, the need for absolute answers (right or wrong
The challenge I presented was we need to shape the future of Thinking Machines, of AI. What could we do to use AI to meet
I've been a guest speaker at a lot of different churches lately, mostly Unity and Centers for Spiritual Living, talking about "The Heart of the Matter" - a two-part series on the nature of the ego.
In addition to music, there will be a series of lectures by notable figures such as scientist/author/television personality
Whereas general relativity took a single genius (Einstein) a decade to create, that deeper theory -- known as a quantum theory of gravity -- has flummoxed generations of geniuses for a century.
Why is there a Universe? Scientists simply don't know how to address why questions. They are out of the present formulation of modern science. Nor do we know, or have any prospect of ever knowing, why there is a Universe.
Animals don't have to be told that part of the responsibility of being a dog or a whale is taking care of members of their family. So -- what is standing in the way of human compassion?
P: Thanks, Sriram. I graduated with a masters in mathematics in Budapest, then I graduated from the National University of
I recently read Seth Lloyd's A Turing Test for Free Will -- conveniently related to the subject of the blog's last piece, and absolutely engrossing. It's short, yet it makes a wonderful nuance in the debate over determinism.
Mitchell: That's the interesting thing. Although we really discovered it in science and started to codify it in the 20th