Monthly Archives: July 2015

Evolution and Philosophy: Things I Learned From Richard J. Blackwell

Richard J. Blackwell directed my doctoral dissertation at St. Louis University and later wrote the Foreword, “Piaget as a Philosopher,” for my book, “Piaget’s Conception of Evolution.” Continue reading Evolution and Philosophy: Things I Learned From Richard J. Blackwell

Religion and Superintelligence

Progress in machine classification of images. The error rate of AI by year. Red line – the error rate of a trained human

I was recently contacted by a staff writer from the online newsmagazine The Daily Dot. He is writing a story at the intersection of computer superintelligence and religion, Continue reading Religion and Superintelligence