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Posted by Tarvo on December 5, 2003 18:02:27 UTC

Thank you indeed! You are right that the topic "artificial consciousness" is restrictive, though for that topic it is comparative success compared to other such sites about that difficult topic like http://www.ouroboros.org where there are still no messages in the forum, in spite all this php. Unfortunately this topic must be restricted for it not to widespread to all related areas, nobody would be able to deal with such variety and it would not be clear what the discussion is all about. Everything what concerns "consciousness" is even bigger problem than physics, because physics is still somehow determined, but consciousness may mean just anything what you like up to love and feelings maybe. It's not that different things cannot be discussed, but better only as much as it is clearly necessary for artificial consciousness. Say, not just everything about neural networks, or everything about mathematical logic, and of course not everything about physics, though the most posts are about physics.

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