Computation, Church-Turing, and all that jazz | Machines Like Us

See on Scoop.itNeurovium: Neuroscience at the intersection of Philosophy, Logic, Biology & Physics

I recently examined (and found wanting) the so-called computational theory of mind, albeit in the context of a broader post about the difference between scientific theories and w

Nima Dehghani‘s insight:

(here is a commentary on the piece as well:

computational unlimited

http://machineslikeus.com/news/computation-unlimited)

 

I wonder what Turing himself would have said?

 

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