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a few of the more ambitious questions

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  • Will algorithm mining revolutionize software development?
  • Is there a core computational architecture in biological cells?
  • Will generative content revolutionize the entertainment industry?
  • How will computer experiments change the face of mathematics?
  • Are there business structures founded on computation universality?
  • What would an operating system for a swarm of microbots be like?
  • What kinds of artificial physics can support quantum mechanics?
  • Will artificial life arise spontaneously within the internet?
  • Can one map the space of all possible economic systems?
  • Will the next core computer architecture be discovered by search?
  • Can we enumerate the morphologies of possible biological organisms?
  • What pattern recognition algorithms can molecules implement?
  • What does computational irreducibility mean for supercomputing?
  • Is there an algorithm for telling if an object was designed?
  • Will the most important nanomaterials be intrinsically random?
  • Can a single rule design the complete structure of a building?
  • Is there an absolute measure of elegance for programming languages?
  • What is the network analog of a recursive function?
  • Can we find the simplest undecidable problem in number theory?
  • What would prove the Principle of Computational Equivalence?
  • What will happen if kids learn cellular automata before algebra?
  • What will be the first major industry created by mining the computational universe?
oschatz, Thursday, Dec 15th 2005 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
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~4d ago

nanotekt: a brief VL.stride study https://youtu.be/B2Nlz5VZ9lM ...and a massive 'thank you' to the devvvvs!

~4d ago

everyoneishappy: @overtones this would require 4D noise, which is possible but not implemented in Fieldtrip

~6d ago

overtones: Hi! SF2D has Time & DomainOffset inputs, but SF3D only DomainOffset. Is there a way to use Time in SF3D or it makes no sense? Thx

~9d ago

joreg: @SabrinaVerhage this could be useful for you next "hacking sex" workshop: https://buttplug.io they have a .NET nuget for use in vvvv!

~17d ago

ravazquez: Happy new year!

~17d ago

sunep: Happy new year everyone!

~21d ago

ggml: confirmed. thanks

~21d ago

david: @ggml fixed. please try again.

~21d ago

joreg: @ggml confirmed. we'll investigate..

~23d ago

ggml: node workshops on talque seem to be no longer available