Evolutionary Computing vs. Convolutional Neural Networks

There is a significant number of problems, which just too hard for classical algorithms. Even if we were able to harness all the computer power in the world, it wouldn’t help much. For example, the problems in operational research, like scheduling, which tend to...

Summer is not a time for practice…

… so let’s say a few more words about AI in general. Perhaps not so much about AI directly, but more about what people of note have to say on the topic. Below is a quick summary of six different views of AI by seven different celebrities. Stephen Hawking says that we...

A bit more philosophy before practice

Before we get into more practical discussion about AI, let’s establish a bit more of the philosophical context. The human need for communication is not limited to interactions with other people, but extends also to non-human interlocuteurs. Dogs, cats, and various...

How does an advanced AI look from within?

Imagine an AI installed inside a semi-truck – a high-resolution, high-speed camera inside a Volvo figurine atop the roof of the cockpit – at the exit of the tunnel through the Karavanke mountains at Hrusica on a tour of Slovenian highways. A diesel...

AI polarization

A very popular and somewhat comical remark is that everything that has already been achieved in the field of AI is, at best, an imitation of intelligence, and that what has eluded mechanization has done so because its mechanization is, in fact, impossible; except...

Absolute Player

Abstract:
In this article we discuss: How chess and AI mutually evolved and where this has taken us. The (limited) role of much of the AI as well as the skeptical chess community in this evolution. We also discuss the relevance of the concept of “concept inflation”

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