Intelligence, Knowledge, Wisdom

Eugene Schwartz illuminates how the Waldorf approach can empower teachers, parents, and students to counterbalance AI’s nebulous counter-image of human cognition.

The Turing Machine and what computers can and cannot do.

Image: The Imitation Game (2014).

Can machines think and be intelligent? We have the Turing Test and its extensions – is this adequate? Can machines have sensations and feelings? Prof. Val Setzer will answer these questions by exploring the Turing Machine, the Decidability Problem, and the Halting Problem.