1 hr 17 min

Stephen Wolfram Q&A, For Kids (and others) [January 22, 2021‪]‬ The Stephen Wolfram Podcast

    • Technology

Stephen Wolfram answers general questions from his viewers about science and technology as part of an unscripted livestream series, also available on YouTube here: https://wolfr.am/youtube-sw-qa

Questions include: In addition to keystrokes, do you monitor your words spoken? - Does your system record all your passwords? - How do vaccines work? - If a disease is such that the thing which kills is the immune response itself could a vaccine based on these principles be actually dangerous? - Have you ever met Tim Berners-Lee, Douglas Engelbart, Edward Feigenbaum, and/or Shafi Goldwasser? - Stephen Wolfram, my 3 years old sister told me that she doesn't likes math, and doesn't want to play with science with me, what can I do to change her mind? - What are time crystals? Do they become ordinary space crystals when moving very fast? - Do we have explanation why people have sense of discreteness (symbols, objects and such). Is world implicitly discrete or we just perceive it that way? - Can't we upload all the data about the human body and fix everything. We have computing power and A.I to classify why don't we understand it? - Has anyone looked at the complexity of a cell? can we not say that it exhibits intelligence? can intelligence exist without brains?

Stephen Wolfram answers general questions from his viewers about science and technology as part of an unscripted livestream series, also available on YouTube here: https://wolfr.am/youtube-sw-qa

Questions include: In addition to keystrokes, do you monitor your words spoken? - Does your system record all your passwords? - How do vaccines work? - If a disease is such that the thing which kills is the immune response itself could a vaccine based on these principles be actually dangerous? - Have you ever met Tim Berners-Lee, Douglas Engelbart, Edward Feigenbaum, and/or Shafi Goldwasser? - Stephen Wolfram, my 3 years old sister told me that she doesn't likes math, and doesn't want to play with science with me, what can I do to change her mind? - What are time crystals? Do they become ordinary space crystals when moving very fast? - Do we have explanation why people have sense of discreteness (symbols, objects and such). Is world implicitly discrete or we just perceive it that way? - Can't we upload all the data about the human body and fix everything. We have computing power and A.I to classify why don't we understand it? - Has anyone looked at the complexity of a cell? can we not say that it exhibits intelligence? can intelligence exist without brains?

1 hr 17 min

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