On 10/1/2013 4:13 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
Note also that the expression "computation have qualia" can be misleading. A computation
has no qualia, strictly speaking. Only a person supported by an infinity of computation
can be said to have qualia, or to live qualia.
Why an infinity of computation?? That would preclude my building an intelligent robot
having qualia, since it's computations would always be finite. And I doubt there is room
in my head for infinite computations - certainly not digital ones.
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