Ergologic and Interfaces Between Languages
Mikhail Gromov, IHES, Paris and New York University
01:00-01:30 Friday April 5
We want to discuss possible mathematical models for how mathematics is perceived by/generated in a human brain/mind and expressed in a "quasi natural language".
The first 15 minutes of the talk will be dedicated to a brief (highly) critical overview of possibilities/limitations/deficiencies of approaches in the contexts of mathematical/formal logic, experimental psychology and artificial intellegence.
Then I shall indicate an alternative frame and point toward mathematics that may be helpful for solving the problem.