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2010-01-02 22:47:46
2010-01-02 22:47:46

To make it short, a computer is just a machine. It needs programs to come alive, starting with an opearating system. A computer will be as good as people have programmed it to be.

The human mind is something very complex, with reason, feelings, conscience and subconscience.

My point is that before a computer can compute all the ways of thinking of the human mind we will need teachers, their Psychology and understanding to make us progress.

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