Alfredo Metere is a senior research scientist at the International Computer Science Institute, and the University of California, Berkeley, US. His research is focused in theoretical and computational physics, artificial intelligence, cyber-security and computer science.
AI will never conquer humanity
Mathematical models help describe reality.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has progressed enormously in recent years, to the point that people now seriously wonder...
Does free will exist in the universe?
Is human behaviour ultimately a product of the Big Bang?
One of the major fundamental questions in physics concerns the presence or absence of free will in the universe, or i...
Is nature really chaotic and fractal?
Perceived reality is a function of the physical world.
In common usage, the word “chaos” means disorder, but is that so in physics? Not really. Chaos in physics stands for ...
Science can’t tell if we’re living in The Matrix
Perceived reality is an artefact of a cosmic computer simulation?
We live in a unique era, at the boundaries of what transistor-based computer technology can offer.
Thanks to that, w...
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