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One can imagine a computer simulation of the action of peptides in the hypothalamus that is accurate down to the last synapse. But ...
Your brain receives, stores, and processes information, dispenses results, and controls your biological equipment. When properly p ...
To err is human, but to really foul things up requires a computer.
What, then, is the basic difference between today's computer and an intelligent being? It is that the computer can be made to see ...
A computer does not think, it feels nothing, and what it is said to "know"--bits of information all cast in the digital mode--has ...
Computer science only indicates the retrospective omnipotence of our technologies. In other words, an infinite capacity to process ...
Query: Whether the difference between a mere computer and a man of science be not, that the one computes on principles clearly con ...
Most of the brain consists of "wires"; a single unit may have thousands of connections with other units and with itself. That is n ...
The child receives data through the sense organs; the child also has some inborn processing capacities--otherwise it would not be ...
The language of the game is interesting. You can think of the pauses as caesuras, breaks between the lines. As a poem the game is ...
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