[Retros] Fwd: [itaprob] computers

Mario Velucchi mvalg at velucchi.it
Thu Apr 17 14:00:41 EDT 2008

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From: Sterten at aol.com <Sterten at aol.com>
Date: 17-apr-2008 10.01
Subject: [itaprob] computers
To: itaprob at velucchi.it

someone just wrote to me:

> There are many chess problems
> that are totally impossible for computers, but human can solve those.
> Seeing beutiful things are not possible for computers, but human
> can realize those - by seeing brightness/light. You cannot make as
> complicated computer-program as your brains are.

is it true ?
Is there an example of such a problem which is particularly hard
(I don't think it can be "totally impossible")
to implement on a computer but can be solved easily by a human ?

Guenter Stertenbrink

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