Human consciousness and artificial consciousness. A couple fruitful
by Jean-Paul Baquiast 04/08/2008
The purpose of this article is to give the reader a reflection on the conscience of artificial human consciousness, the same that we experience every day the virtues – and limitations – in our case.
The need for such work is increasingly obvious as that specialists describe in public, such as science clubs or television, the constant progress of robotics in the field of artificial consciousness. Beyond the curiosity, the first reaction seems to be dread. The comments from readers in response to articles published on this subject in our review raises the same finding. Imagine robots capable of conscious behavior comparable to those of men seems deeply disturb many people. Continue reading