n short, there are a lot of things that AI simply can’t solve; the same kinds of things that regular computers can’t solve now, because they’re things that can’t be solved by mathematics. “”The paradox first identified by Turing and Gödel has now been brought forward into the world of AI by Smale and others,” said co-author Dr. Matthew Colbrook from the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. “There are fundamental limits inherent in mathematics and, similarly, AI algorithms can’t exist for certain problems.””

n short, there are a lot of things that AI simply can’t solve; the same kinds of things that regular computers can’t solve now, because they’re things that can’t be solved by mathematics.
“”The paradox first identified by Turing and Gödel has now been brought forward into the world of AI by Smale and others,” said co-author Dr. Matthew Colbrook from the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. “There are fundamental limits inherent in mathematics and, similarly, AI algorithms can’t exist for certain problems.””

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