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From a computational standpoint, emotions represent global state that influences a lot of other processing. Hormones etc. are basically just implementation. A sentient or sapient computer certainly … could experience emotions, if it was structured in such a way as to have such global states affecting its thinking. Simulating emotions would apply to simpler systems, say something like a chatbot where "current emotion" is just a register somewhere that switches to a different bank of responses. …
answered Jun 6 '16 by Dave H.