On 12/21/2011 8:49 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
This may require the input of random numbers on the synapses.
This, I think, would directly contradict computationalism (unless you mean
pseudo-random, or the randomness recoverable by the comp indeterminacy). By definition
of "correct level" you keep both of them "intact" through a single turing emulation in
your local "physical" reality.
If you rely on the thermal interaction with the environment, then you save comp at the
expense of enlarging the local reality to be simulated.
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