On 11.08.2011 22:46 meekerdb said the following:
On 8/11/2011 1:04 PM, Evgenii Rudnyi wrote:
I would say now that consciousness is conscious perception. The
main problem in my view though is who follows the narrative. Does
your theory answer such a question?
I'd say "You do", there's no separate person to follow it, it just
This the point that I do not understand. The question is here more what
exactly is the observer in my body. Presumably it is the brain. Then it
first constructs the world that I observe, than it observes the
constructed world. It is completely unclear though, how it happens.
IS. On the other hand, in terms of engineering a robot, I'd put this
narrative into long-term memory (disk?) in some kind of easily
It is not a big deal to save two two-dimensional images from retina. It
should be possible even to construct from them a three-dimensional
image. The question is what happens next? It is the same question, who
gets this 3D-image.
searched database. Then when some problem came up that wasn't covered
by existing modules, the robot would search this database for
possible relevant situations in the past. So it would be part of the
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