The Jacquard Loom

At the beginning of human civilisation the brain was not recognised as the centre of our intelligence. It was Galen, one of the leading physicians of the Roman empire during the second century, who wrote an essay where he speculated that the brain was the centre of cognition and willed action, one of the first people to recognise…

The singularity that will never happen

Machine learning, deep learning and artificial intelligence are all terms that have gained quite a lot of popularity in recent times. More so after many scientists and researchers including, among many others, even notable Prof. Stephen Hawking, arguably the most famous contemporary theoretical physicist, warned us on the future dangers posed by the progress of…