Mathematical Experience is Scruffy but Computable
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|Edmund Furse, University of Glamorgan|
|A presentation in slide format, with expanded commentary side-by-side, refuting some of Roger Penrose's ideas about mathematics, computers, and artificial intelligence. Furse argues for a definition of these terms which allows for machines to be able to "understand" mathematics.|
|Math Topics:||Artificial Intelligence|
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