This will be fun.
Let us dial the clock back to 1856.
The German physicist Rudolf Clausius has just fine-tuned his statement of the second law of thermodynamics, one of the fundamental laws of physics:
“The Entropy of the Universe tends to a maximum.”
Not quite the second law as we know today, but close enough.
Today, the second law states that the entropy of an isolated system cannot decrease over time (therefore, either stays the same, or increases).
Heat flows from a hotter to a colder body, not vice versa. Air concentrated in a corner of a room spreads…
The field of AI/ML has come a long way, since Rosenblatt’s perceptron machine, way back in the 1950s. So, we reflect on some of the important questions:
These are some of the questions which are being pondered by scientists and AI-enthusiasts alike. …
Peeling the infinite onion of ego-deaths.