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February 27, 2008


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Great article. It is very interesting and informative!

George Mobus

Thank you AE. Hope you find other articles here thought provoking.


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George, Are you implying that we can solve organization theory only if we manage to solve the problem of creating an artificial intelligence? Because if we can find out what triggers sapience in humans, we can code the same in an artificial intelligence.

George Mobus


I am puzzled by your question. I hope I didn't seem to be implying such. After many years building simulated brains for robots, I came to the conclusion that classical AI would never reach human-level natural intelligence (let alone sapience). And artificial neural networks would, at best, only approximate bits and pieces. See my research work at:


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