Can Computers Be Mathematicians?
The ability to solve mathematical problems is often regarded as mysterious and requiring flashes of inspiration that come from nowhere. Timothy Gowers (University of Cambridge), Joseph Priestly Award recipient, argues that it is nothing of the kind, and that eventually computers will be better than we are at mathematics.
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Artificial Intelligence and Robotics | Computer Sciences | Mathematics
Gowers, Timothy. "Can Computers Be Mathematicians?" Ensemble video, 01:24:37. March 26, 2015. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/m2QMr7b8