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Describing reality as a simulation vastly understates the complexities of our world. Here’s why the simulation hypothesis is a lousy one
With the advent of artificial intelligence, and ever-increasing computational power, it seems like there’s no limit to what computers can do. From hyper-realistic 3D rendering to deepfake images and videos (e.g., thispersondoesnotexist), the possibility of fully simulating reality seems to be right around the corner.
All these advances have generated…