On 31.12.2011 09:17 Pierz said the following:
On Dec 31, 6:17 pm, meekerdb<meeke...@verizon.net> wrote:
On 12/30/2011 12:51 AM, Pierz wrote:
On Dec 30, 6:35 pm, meekerdb<meeke...@verizon.net> wrote:
On 12/29/2011 4:11 PM, Pierz wrote: You think it is ludicrous
that a Mars Rover is programmed to monitor the state of its
battery, the temperature of its motors, the amount of memory
available for pictures, etc?
<sigh> Let's not go down that boringly overtrodden path, but
agree to disagree on what constitutes consciousness.
<sigh> The phrase was "internal perception" not "consciousness".
Well usually the term 'perception' entails consciousness. If you
mean that you ate try indifferent as to whether the machine is
conscious, well OK. I see something deeper in the consciousness
I would agree. When AI people use the word "perception" to describe a
sensor connected to a computer, in my view they loose the biggest part
of the meaning. A human being perceives also unconsciously and this part
of perception could be similar to what we find in Mars Rover but on the
other hand a human being has conscious experiences. This part is
completely missing in AI.
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