In the YouTube video "Richard Karp: Algorithms and Computational Complexity | Lex Fridman Podcast #111", Professor Richard Karp discusses his work on algorithms and computational complexity, including the development of the admiration carp algorithm and the Hopcroft Corp algorithm. He also talks about his experiences as a student, when he came across a problem in geometry that was solved using formal proofs. Karp explains how the beauty of mathematics lies in its simplicity, and how this can be applied to problems on the computer. He discusses the possibility of human level intelligence being achievable through the development of algorithms that reason and appear to us to have the same kind of intelligence as humans.
In this video, Richard Karp discusses algorithms and computational complexity. He states that any one of the 21 problems he studied can be re-expressed as another with the same expressive power, and that the two fields are closely related. NP completeness and hardness classes are discussed as a small technicality.
Richard Karp discusses his work on algorithms and computational complexity, and how it has helped him realize his ability to teach and inspire others. He thanks the interviewer for their time and ends with a quote from Isaac Asimov.