MIT’s Seth Lloyd says a test for free will versus determinism must predict decisions accurately every time. How does the Turing Machine factor into this?

We know one ticket must win, but are sure it couldn’t be our ticket. If the same principle applies to each ticket, there can be no winner: That’s the Lottery Paradox.

Why would anyone want to convert an exponential expression from one base to another? Why would logarithms help? Mike DeHaan breaks down the math for you.

David Hilbert raised the “Decision Problem,” or Entscheidungsproblem, in 1928. Turing Machines cannot solve Halting Problems, one specific type of decision problem.