This Tuesday Aaron Sloman honorary professor of artificial intelligence and cognitive science at the University of Birmingham will be giving a talk.
The title of his talk is:
How did biological evolution produce brains able to make discoveries in
geometry and topology that cannot be explained by known brain mechanisms,
and are not replicated in current logic-based AI or artificial neural nets?
More about Aaron can be found at https://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~axs/
Aaron recommends some background information that may be helpful in understanding what he will be talking about. One link he suggested is: Euclid’s Big Problem
Zoom details will be published on the mailing list.