Do eastern and western views differ on questions like "feasibility of computational intelligence"?
Something I thought. I perceive that the western mind is deeply rooted to the existencies of logical principles and particularly first-order logic.
Thus that the computer seems able to "match human mind", sounds like it could be because the western mind is so accustomed to logic.
So I wonder if some eastern philosophies could see equating the mind as computable as somehow problematic? Or is their scientific worldview modernized?