This blog here was quiet for quite some time now. I plan to write again, now that my diploma thesis is finished – it’s with the Professor now. I will most probably publish it here, too. Examns are incoming in March, finally, after way more than enough time studying. And, we’re getting a baby, yay [...]
I’m currently really busy writing my diploma thesis. It should be complete in roughly a week – hopefully, by this weekend, although I don’t know if that is a wishful delusion. I’ll get back to blogging after that. So the blog is not quite dead yet In unrelated news, I’m sure you know this video.
I’m still alive – the reason why I’m not blogging much lately is a combination of me working more for Uni and less for the job, many new shiny board games (Last Night on Earth, most notably, but also Humans!!!, Munchkin Quest and MidEvil), Left 4 Dead having come out, seeing more friends, and in [...]
What I always wondered when listening to Prof. E. Marbach‘s lectures about phenomenology (or sitting in his seminars) was: Hm, well, this really doesn’t quite fit into a rational-causalist world view (like science currently propagates), at all. Being dualist in nature and all. But, phenomenologists have a point: There are things science just can’t explain [...]
I attempted to show in a paper that my counter arguments to Searle’s Chinese Room don’t prove that there can be such a thing as strong AI, but that at least they go to show that Searle’s attempt at proving there can’t be has failed, and as such the question whether strong AI can exist is as of yet still unresolved.