These talks are for anyone interested in learning more about the nature of the universe in the context of computing, math and artificial intelligence.
Mind-expanding talks about the nature of computation, AI, cryptography, quantum computing, amazing structure of modern computers and the limits of computability in our Universe.
One event includes up to 2 talks, each talk 45-60 minutes long.
Topics for the first series of talks include: - What is quantum computation and will it damage our world? - Can you make a complete copy of the Universe? - Is programming fundamentally broken? - Genetic algorithms and genetic programming: can nature help us solve unsolvable problems? - What's blockchain and could money exist without money? - What genius idea drives Shazam app and interstellar chemistry?