Tuesday, September 11, 2012

11/9/2012: Inherent limit to artificial intelligence?

In a rather common departure from economics (as defined by rational expectations subset of the discipline) on this blog - here's a fascinating thinking about the artificial intelligence and the bounds of model-induced systems.

Especially close to me, as it explores that which I thought about back in 2003-2004 when I wrote an essay on the role of leaps of faith (irrational and discontinuous jumps in human creativity and thinking) as the foundation for humanity and, thus, a foundation for recognition of the property rights over uncertainty.

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