From: Damien Broderick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jul 24 2001 - 00:48:32 MDT
At 11:31 PM 7/23/01 -0400, Emil wrote:
>(1) The mind does something noncomputable (in the Turing sense),
>thanks to as-yet unknown physics;
>(2) This noncomputability lies at the heart of qualia; and
>(3) We must explicitly take advantage of this feat of physics in
>order to produce an artifact capable of running "real AI"?
(1) The legs do something nonambulatory (in the Touring sense),
thanks to as-yet unknown physics;
(2) This nonambulation lies at the heart of walking; and
(3) We must explicitly take advantage of this feat [I'll restrain myself]
of physics in order to produce an avatar capable of running, in "real AI"?
[who suspects it's all a category mistake--"words, words, words"]
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