“How is it possible for a physical thing–a person, an animal, a robot–to extract knowledge of the world from perception and then exploit that knowledge in the guidance of successful action? That is a question with which philosophers have grappled for generations, but it could also be taken to be one of the defining questions […]Read More Artificial Intelligence is Philosophy.
As I have written before, one of the most common ideas of creativity is giving it a religious explanation, a way of seeing it as a God like process in which a great master work comes from nothing in an unexplainable way. Andrew Tate, a freelance writer and neuroscientist, tells that we are far more […]Read More How to be more Creative?
Despite centuries of scientific research, the inner workings of the brain remain somewhat of an unsolved mystery — especially the study of memory retention and the process of learning. But theories certainly exist as to how these complex processes work. Mindflash has distilled some of these ideas into an infographic that our brain will be […]Read More Brains and Information.
As we all know fear is innovation´s worst enemy because it freezes our creativity which flows from a fearless sense of combinatorial job which mixes ideas, concepts, colors, forms, and theories. Mark Rolston -cofounder and chief creative officer of argodesign– thinks that the actual advances in Artificial Intelligence will mark the beginning of a new […]Read More Fearless Creative Machines.