Been working on some ideas for artificial intelligence (AI) to distill into a spreadsheet to make investment decisions. Turns out, though, one of the most difficult things to model is how the human brain “creates” ideas. Importantly, there’s an aspect of “randomness” to it.
But, since we have already evolved a model of Life as our Seven Major Systems, there arise many questions about how “bounded randomness” (or pseudo-randomness) is.
And that has some interesting implications, which we will get into after a few newsy-kind of remarks and our ChartPack. This morning’s podcast (37-min audio) is here.