I think david hume unknowingly touched on automatic programming algorithms

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yotamarker

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an object is perceived as a bundle of properties
the brain, however sorts and optimizes this properties or property bundles
to form something...

ideals, walkthroughs, algorithms. this has potential

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8XSqkeOnPI

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I think that when something new hits the mind. (Because its unfortunately barred from the future in an obvious sense.)  It has to take into account everything all the way to its birth,  if it wants to append to its model,  it needs to be able to change the WHOLE thing, in a big hit, every new iota (meaning tiniest amount) that comes in.

And then,  the machine still is not as good as pure as us.

I enjoyed the whole video,   its nice.

 


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