“The Brain vs Deep Learning Part I: Computational Complexity — Or Why the Singularity Is Nowhere Near”
A very detailed and rich dissertation about AI and it’s comparison with human intelligence. The article confronts (and refuses) the singularity hypothesis and, doing so, offers an excellent panoramic on the current state of research in many fields: AI, biology, neurology. The author himself is a researcher in the field of AI. It’s definitevely one of the best articles I’ve ever read on the subject for the richness and variety of it’s scope and offers a lot of food for tought. Even the comment section is very interesting to read. Highly reccomended.
Read it if you’re interested in: AI,informatics,biology,philosophy,neurology and problems about the concept of the mind.