Monthly Archives: May 2014

The category of cardboard rectangles and bits of wool string (II)

In the second session of our category-theory club for school children we took a giant leap from the informality of diagrams towards formal mathematical notations. Our starting point were the cardboard-and-string diagrams from the previous session which we have already … Continue reading

Posted in teaching | Leave a comment

Why computers can’t think (III)

This is the final instalment of a series of posts on machine consciousness. It’s a fascinating topic but now that the Easter holidays are over I will need to refocus my attention on the equally fascinating topics I am actually … Continue reading

Posted in anticomputationalism, armchair philosophy | 6 Comments