Tag: machine intelligence
First results from the “musical” neural network
I am working on a project to see whether, using various “deep learning” methods, it is possible to take a photograph of some musical notation and play it back. (I was inspired to do this by having a copy of 1955’s Labour Party Songbook and wondering what many of the songs sounded like.) The first task…
A (partial) answer to my Goedelian conundrum?
Last week I puzzled over what seemed to me to be the hand waiving dismissal, by both Alan Turing and Douglas Hofstadter of what I saw as the problem of humans being able to write true statements that the formal systems employed by computers could not determine – the problem thrown up by Goedel’s Incompleteness…