[ExI] for math neurologists - anders etc.

Anders anders at aleph.se
Sat Jul 30 20:54:51 UTC 2016

The original paper can be found at

Pretty nifty. Of course, the task was largely set up so they roughly 
knew that some discrete steps were going to happen, but the statistical 
method seems pretty clever in teasing out what those steps look like and 
how many are necessary to describe the process. The main result is not 
so much the math processing (looks roughly like what I would have 
guessed) but the fact that one can segment it.

On 2016-07-30 18:46, William Flynn Wallace wrote:
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Dr Anders Sandberg
Future of Humanity Institute
Oxford Martin School
Oxford University

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