4.7 Intelligent Systems
- The role of computational language is to be able to express and execute human goals so they can be understood and executed by an AI.
- Having one universal computational language may bring about an evolution in AI similar to that of mathematics when a streamlined notation system was invented for expressing mathematical thought.
- To get the most out of an AI system, we cannot get explainability. This is an example of computational irreducibility.
- It is not possible to have both explainability and efficiency in an AI system.