An example is the halting problem, which states computing cannot be solved by exhaustion, but which humans avoid trivially by becoming exhausted.
Humans typically give up what seems like a lost cause after a certain point, whereas a computer will just keep chugging along.
- Do flaws have utility?
Can inability be a strength and will AGI require such limitations to achieve human-level intelligence? Humans are simply not capable of infinite loops, except arguably in cases of mental illness. Are there other problems similar to the halting problem where weakness is a benefit?