CascadiaPrime Cognition

A 21st Century Lens on Artificial Intelligence

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CascadiaPrime - Consciousness

Christof Koch: We know of no fundamental law or principle operating in this universe that forbids the existence of subjective feelings in artifacts designed or evolved by humans.

  MIT Technology Review: Machine consciousness has been debated—and dismissed—since Turing. Yet it still shapes our thinking about AIs like GPT-3. (August 25, 2021)
  Mathematical Consciousness Science Association
  Integrated Information Theory of Consciousness
  Wiki: Artificial consciousness
  Scientific American: Will machines ever become conscious? AI may equal human intelligence without matching the true nature of our experiences By Christof Koch (December 1, 2019)