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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on December 16, 2001 07:57:45 UTC

Dr. Ru wrote:
So I think that computers can become self-aware. What is required is that computers have to be programmed to think for themselves. All that involves is the ability to ask questions and then try to answer them.

Probably various persons here are also thinking or said what I am about to say:
Hman mind sometimes bridges some very wide gaps and makes some breath-taking multi-variable calculations which were only possible because the desired goal was understood holographically/multi-directionally. What makes the person care enough to make these brilliant calculations?
Put real love into a computer and you will have a self-aware mind.

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