On 1/26/2012 5:11 PM, Craig Weinberg wrote:
They literally are just internal though. It's only our understanding
that links the stops and gos with anything other than exactly what
they are. With a computer, the external sources of information can
never be internalized, just loaded and executed.
Nonsense. A computer has plenty of memory and it can learn too.
A person has internal
sources of information. They internalize the laws and they interpret
their significance (and the significance of punishment). Computers are
impossible to punish. You cannot make a deterrent for a machine unless
you program it to simulate being deterred.
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