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"So my question is: what is it that human mind can do which a computer (Universal TM) can not?" For a start, UTMs once set in motion have no inputs so can't perceive anything. You might say, well we'll simply make an extension to Turings 1936 definition of a UTM that allows real-time inputs, but (a) that's not a UTM and (b) allowing real-time inputs opens up ...


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Qeuestion: So my question is: what is it that human mind can do which a computer (Universal TM) can not? Answer: The answer is “to have qualia and consicousness” it its system. Physically, our mind functions from a very complex group of biological circuits made up of carbon-based elements, but these circuits operate solely on physical laws (i.e., no magics ...


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So my question is: what is it that human mind can do which a computer (Universal TM) can not? INTRODUCTION Let us presume that you set aside the obvious retort: human brains are embodied and have control mechanisms like the endocrine system which regulate behavior based on emotion. Also, let us set aside the difference in performance characteristics ...


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Usually computers hardly have power of imagination. In other words its power of imagination is very low. So it cannot compose beautiful poems, dramas or other similar creations in which very great imagination is required.


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At a minimum, I believe Google's decision-makers know that humans place a value on interaction with other humans. So at a minimum, they would be knowingly benefiting from deception, in the form of receiving (or selling the opportunity to receive) fraudulent goodwill. Perhaps the biggest harm would come from how this fraud would impact third parties... Some ...


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