<iframe title="3 Thought Experiments That No One Can Solve" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/-J-9Ct0oFMU?feature=oembed" height="113" width="200" style="aspect-ratio: 1.76991 / 1; width: 100%; height: 100%;" allowfullscreen="" allow="fullscreen"></iframe> **Duration:** 13:31 **Language:** **Complexity:** **Topics:** # šŸ“’ Personal Notes --- date: 2024-03-20 --- # YouTube ![]() ## Description: -> [Youtube video Link](https://www.youtube.com/embed/-J-9Ct0oFMU) ## Summary: The video explores thought experiments related to consciousness, perception, and the nature of intelligence. It delves into questions about the nature of understanding, the limitations of knowledge without experience, and the challenge of proving external realities outside one's mind. - **The Chinese Room**: Questions the nature of intelligence and understanding, suggesting that outputting correct responses doesn't necessarily imply comprehension. - **Mary's Room**: Explores the knowledge argument, suggesting there are aspects of conscious experience that cannot be fully grasped through physical knowledge alone. - **Brain in a Vat**: Challenges our capacity to know external realities with certainty, questioning the very basis of our perceived existence. Topics and themes: - Consciousness - Perception