送交者: xj 于 2005-9-24, 10:23:19:
回答: Computation and Mind 由 insight 于 2005-9-24, 06:50:45:
emotion is subconscious, so does feelings.
dividing mind into conscious and subconscious is old fashioned. I think what you need is to separate logical and illogical mental activities.
Logical activities, even with some probabilities, can be simulated very well. For example, problem solving, language learning (not natural language level yet) can be programmed using certain algorithms. However, the way computer does is still linear (or parellel linear system), while human mind is far more than parellel linear system.
Illogical thinking is still far beyond computer simulation. For example, feelings and emotions are expressed based on experience and also evolutionally hard wired. However, no computer can simulate them.