In this article for Hackernoon, Amber Cazzell explains that human reason and memory are phenomenologically different from machines. Humans are meaning-giving beings and have an innate predicational abilities that help us understand the world and use it to guide our behaviors. In order to create a machine as sophisticated as the human being, the machine would need lots of alterations, re-training, and re-programming.
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