In this podcast, François Chollet discusses his paper "Measures of Intelligence," which explores the definition and measurement of intelligence. He argues that humans are generally intelligent and that this gives us a strong signal that the human is intelligent. He also discusses the concept of deep learning and its ability to model the mind.
In the video, François Chollet discusses the concept of intelligence and how it can be measured. He explains that intelligence is a difficult thing to define and that there are different types of intelligence. He also discusses the importance of coming up with new, original ideas in order to keep the test of machine intelligence interesting and challenging.
In the video, François Chollet discusses different measures of intelligence, including developer generalization and robustness, and argues that computers are already a large part of human intelligence. He also talks about the Tour de France test, which is an attempt to measure human cognitive abilities, and the drawbacks of this test. Chollet prefers the extra price, which is more practical and incentivizes developers to create something useful.