^{ Type podcast AuthorRobert J. Marks Date March 25, 2021 Tagged Algorithmic Information Theory, Chaitin's Constant, Christof Koch, computable, Consciousness, Creativity, David Chalmers, Giulio Tononi, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Gregory Chaitin, Halting Probability Omega, halting problem, Jack Schwartz, knowability, Lovelace test, non-computable, Panpsychism, Paul Erdős, Roger Penrose, Selmer Bringsjord, Stephen Hawking, unknowability }

## The Chaitin Interview IV: Knowability and Unknowability

_{ Robert J. Marks March 25, 2021 }

What does it mean for something to be unknowable? Is creativity non-computable? Do all things have a level of consciousness? Jump into today’s podcast, where Robert J. Marks continues his discussion with Gregory Chaitin about mathematical theory and philosophy. Show Notes 00:23 | Introducing Gregory Chaitin 00:40 | What is unknowability? 06:07 | Does non-computable mean unknowable? 09:43 | A…