On 8 December 2013 02:03, Roger Clough <rclo...@verizon.net> wrote: > > 7. Intelligence is the ability to autonomously make choices. > This means that computers, since they can only do what is > given to them from outside by a programmer, > can have no true intelligence. Actual artificial intelligence is > thus impossible. > > So what do minds have that computers don't? If we treat the mind as the result of all those neurons spitting impulses at each other, how is that in some fundamental way different from transistors sending out signals to each other?
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