May 30, 2024

Even the smartest AI likely won’t be “alive.” Here’s why

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33 years ago, the theoretical biologist Robert Rosen offered an answer to the question ‘Is life computable?’


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  1. Costillo says:

    Is sentience always doomed to be the exclusive province of biological beings, or could robots, cyborgs and AIs one day have it too? Is consciousness something that can be computed, or will it always remain impossible to represent it using ones and zeros? These are questions that might be answered in the next decade or two.

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