On 8/3/2011 4:01 AM, Craig Weinberg wrote:
I think that the experience that a silicon computer has when it's
powered up is likely to be very similar regardless of what it's
running, just as a TVs experience is probably about the same
regardless of what TV show you are watching on it.


That's a ridiculous segue from a computer to a TV. A TV doesn't run a program in the way a computer does. The reason computers are so limited is that their "perception" and "actions" are very limited. That's why a tend to use Mars Rovers as examples. They are autonomous computer controlled devices that have broad perceptual and action abilities.

Brent

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