By EOY 2034, what unexpected views of math will be changed by (superhuman) AI?

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At least one of the six left Millennium problems is found with a counter-example

50%

A unified framework for gravitation and quantum theory is proposed that is not string theory

43%

At least one of the six left Millennium problems is undecidable

24%

Shinichi Mochizuki is right or almost right about abc conjecture

24%

Neural Networks are explainable and can be trained without gradient descent with better performance.

22%

No AI will be powerful enough to directly (as a necessary condition) lead to a significant discovery in math.

18%

P vs. NP will be trivial (i.e., provable using simple methods taught in undergrad classes, e.g., with a counter-example)

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If any of the options were solved by human before superhuman math AI appear, it will resolve to NA

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@Sss19971997 Perhaps. But how would this resolve if there is no superhuman AI? The question pre-supposed superhuman AI.

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