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but this robot won't feel or aware of its own existence.
an artificial intelligence may indeed be consciously aware.
Quote from: Yahya A.Sharif on 29/07/2019 13:00:58but this robot won't feel or aware of its own existence.How do you know that?
No.Plants are alivesingle cell animals are alive.
But the interesting question here is; how on earth did you think you were somehow to redefine a word that has been well defined for centuries?
This day has not come yet.It didn't happen yet.
because it can't tell that by its own.
Are you arguing that because something hasn't happened yet that it cannot happen?
Quote from: Yahya A.Sharif on 31/07/2019 15:36:57because it can't tell that by its own.How do you know?
And, of course, we don't die when we go to bed.
It is irrelevant, it is enough your question " How do you know that"
Ask one that is not programmed to say " I exist"
Fulfilling this request at the present moment would be meaningless, because the lack of self-awareness in an existing computer wouldn't rule out self-awareness in future computers.
It's a logical fallacy to think that something can't happen because it hasn't happened yet.
Now it is right
Quote from: Yahya A.Sharif on 31/07/2019 22:09:46Now it is right We don't know that either. There might be self-aware computers constructed by advanced, alien civilizations on some distant planet right now.
alien civilizations on some distant planet right now.
Let it be wrong when scientist are certain about self-awareness of computers in another planet.
aliens are myths and modern legends