Robert J. Marks talks with Larry L. Linenschmidt of the Hill Country Institute about the nature and limitations of artificial intelligence from a computer science perspective. This is Part 1 of 2 parts.
Other Larry L. Linenschmidt podcasts from the Hill Country Institute are available at HillCountryInstitute.org. We appreciate the permission of the Hill Country Institute to rebroadcast this podcast on Mind Matters.
- 02:59 | Introducing Dr. Robert J. Marks II, Distinguished Professor at Baylor University
- 05:21 | The gift of nerdhood
- 06:30 | Nature as a source of creativity
- 07:12 | STEM is not for everyone
- 08:56 | Difficulties and opportunities in a university setting
- 11:15 | About the Walter Bradley Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence
- 15:43 | How do computers function?
- 17:18 | Algorithms — recipes for computers
- 18:50 | Some non-algorithmic human qualities
- 20:07 | The Church-Turing Thesis and computing capability?
- 21:12 | Quantum computing
- 22:50 | What is artificial intelligence?
- 24:50 | Neural networks and their relation to artificial intelligence