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Do Robots Feel Same As Humans?

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Posted by Alexander on May 3, 2001 21:44:55 UTC

If the word "feel" is not explained, then obvious answer is that robot emotion will be as close to human emotion as close is robot design to human design. So, biological robot with similar to human (or alien) design will function and "feel" similar to human (alien).

If you specify your meaning of "feeling" then I can tell you if existing robots/computers have similar reaction or not and how you can program to make their "feel" similar to human.

Anatomy of a human emotion is, in essense, the same as anatomy of a computer action - human emotion is a bunch of chemical reactions governed by DNA code. The code (DNA) is different for different individuals, thus the reaction (emotion) is different - what we label as flegmatic, sanguine, depressive, etc character. So, basicly we are nothing more than biological robots.

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