Stephen Wolfram: Computational Universe | MIT 6.S099: Artificial General Intelligence (AGI)

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This is a talk by Stephen Wolfram for MIT course 6.S099: Artificial General Intelligence. This class is free and open to everyone. Our goal is to take an engineering approach to exploring possible paths toward building human-level intelligence for a better world.

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Wildlife says:

Ever notice how Steve, unlike most of the other intelligentsia that I listen to, rarely mentions the people who have laid the ground upon which his stuff is built. I also, whenever he has to answer a question that would coney a sense of ""knowing wtf I'm talking about" get the impression of that I am witnessing the human equivalent of a rock trying to float. Which leads me to wonder, when he joke about one day learning how his thing works, that maybe he should not try so hard to make it seem like at night he's under the hood of Wolfram AlphabigdickSteve with a wrench getting greasy 14 hrs a day since he was 2, all by himself …

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Jefferson Vitola says:

,.,.,.oscillatory integral in 22000 sheets in wolfram alpha, in addition to numerically defeating all the scientific calculators on the market.,.,.,.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnnRUf2AKvw

Stef Gori says:

Wolfram is a fraud

Miranda N says:

The most shocking truth in this video is that pandas are carnivorous.

sacrip tex says:

he likes big butts

Acrisio says:

this looks a lot like a game engine.

George Perez says:

While listening to this talk, which was out of my league, I couldn't help but think of Jorge Louis Borges' short story The Library of Babel. I think there is something to be said about the program Mr Wolfram was using and "mining the computational universe" that parallels nicely with the story. Hope you like it if you get around to it!

Manuel Alejandro Hermoso says:

Amazing lecture, thanks for this kind of content for anyone brave enough

Jonathan Crossland says:

I feel utterly useless as a human being.

Marko Shiva Pavlovic says:

Great talk 🙂

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