Nicholas Harrington reviews Quantum Social Theory for Critical International [...]
Niels Bohr talked about the difference between truth and [...]
Artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms generate prejudicial outcomes [...]
If quantum surveillance, by leveraging quantum algorithms and unlimited access to metadata, could identify individuals in society who seek to do harm – and do so in a way that ensures the innocent were never abused and information was never compromised – is this something society should adopt?
Newton, Einstein, and Bohr argued for different understandings of time. When we look back on 2020, at what feels like an historical Black Swan, we should ask ourselves, ‘which understanding of time is most appropriate for our social reality: Classical, Relative, or Quantum?’
In 1989, Sir Roger Penrose argued artificial intelligence was [...]
In 1957, Hugh Everett suggested the Many Worlds Interpretation [...]