Sunday, December 19, 2021

Is achieving human-level intelligence (Humint) still relevant for AI?

I have always been drawn to topics related to intelligence in a machine or computer. More so after reading The Emperor's New Mind: Concerning Computers, Minds and The Laws of Physicsa 1989 book by the mathematical physicist Sir Roger Penrosea British mathematician, mathematical physicist, philosopher of science, and Nobel Laureate in Physics.

IMHO we still have a long way to go to have AI in a machine or computer that is at the level of human-level intelligence. Or perhaps the 'thinking' in a machine is so different than in a human that only certain aspects of the thinking in human intelligence are relevant for AI.

Deep-learning versus human intelligence

What does it mean to understand

Roger Penrose: Human thinking can never be emulated by a machine


Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Meteor 1.0 has finally arrived

The wait is over! Yeah...
The freaking awesome Meteor open source platform for building web and mobile apps in pure JavaScript finally reached 1.0.

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Great Pacific Garbage Patch

The world needs to come together to tackle this growing problem. We owe it to ourselves and the next generation.