|Apr3-05, 02:05 PM||#1|
Conscious computers, Strong AI
What are the most fundamental assumptions behind strong AI? Would you agree that strong AI claims:
1) the most fundamental assumption is that cause and effect governs all (macroscopic) physical systems
2) the brain is a physical system which is essentially a computational mechanism.
What do you think is the importance of "cause and effect" to the strong AI arguement?
|Apr10-05, 11:53 PM||#2|
Q Goest: I happen to be in the middle of the first draft of a prototype, A.I. personality.
It would be quite an honour to entertain any feed back of interest you my have in helping me complete this entity. I find that there are a hand full of a combination of systems I have used to answer that question; ie. the ability to analyze and reduce the personalitys of mathematics to a matter of healthy relationships(do you follow)?!
Urgent: Reply Soon................Medium.........>
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