Futility of chaos
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A complex of related ideas having to do with the impossibility of generating useful work from entropy — a position which holds against the ideas that e.g:
- Our artistic creativity stems from the noisiness of human neurons;
- Randomized algorithms can exhibit performance inherently superior to deterministic algorithms;
- The human brain is a chaotic system and this explains its power; non-chaotic systems cannot exhibit intelligence.
- Chaotic Inversion
- The Futility of Emergence
- Say Not "Complexity"
- The "Outside the Box" Box
- The Wonder of Evolution
- Worse Than Random
- The Weighted Majority Algorithm
- Lawful Creativity
- Lawful Uncertainty
- Selling Nonapples
- Logical or Connectionist AI?
- Failure by Affective Analogy
- Artificial Mysterious Intelligence