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Minds, Machines, and Mathematics

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What is the degree of approximation of a brain to a computer? What can mathematics tell us about A.I. and creativity? Are there things in existence that are unknowable? Join us as we discuss these related questions.

Our conversation will begin with a talk by Robert J. Marks II. He is a Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Baylor University and has “been instrumental in the defining of the field of computational intelligence” (wikipedia). His contributions include the Zhao-Atlas-Marks (ZAM) time-frequency distribution in the field of signal processing and the Cheung–Marks theorem in Shannon sampling theory.