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  1. Ken
    September 14, 2012

    Every thought and belief a human has was taught to it. You dont have personal emotions, rather you have chemical emotions. I would wager you “believe” that man has walked on the Moon, the Holocaust had real gas chambers, shape-shifting species (aka evolution) is a certainty, 9/11 was done by a plane damaging 1 side of a building, etc.. etc.. etc.. Your mind is controlled by the information that is programmed into it as you sleepwalk through life.

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  2. Brian C
    September 24, 2012

    Ken – chemicals are products that help produce emotions, but that does not define what emotions are. Infants have emotions prior to experiences, quite profound ones – even in the womb. Chemical signals help mediate these emotions, translating sensory and self-induced inputs into feelings. Coded through evolutionary processes, these emotions help the individual navigate experience – while also reflexive, adaptive, and complex. So emotions are the output of many factors, including individual history, species history, reflection, individual endowments, operating through neural mechanics. It is not emotion alone that causes belief, but knowledge gained formally and with experience. To attribute belief to structural engineering, including stress-strain evidence about metals, is more than emotion. It involves assigning value to learning based on one’s own intellectual development, evaluating the results of engineering, and so on. For very good, non emotional reasons, many people have no doubt that burning jet fuel caused 9/11 towers to fall.

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  3. Leong
    October 4, 2013

    If “Every thought and belief a human has was taught to it.” is true, then who first created these thoughts and beliefs? I mean before a thought or belief was introduced to the first human.
    I think that there was no thought or belief before the existence of human beings. After that thought and belief were developed by human beings in a bit by bit and accumulative process.

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  4. fossda
    June 9, 2014

    The difference is that machines are quiet when well lubricated.

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  5. shahid
    March 11, 2017

    It is nice to hear that in the feature we will use machines

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  6. Satyam
    January 11, 2018

    Now a days, machines are able to learn. Machine Learning is one of the examples. There are such algorithms that makes machine learn without being explicitly programmed.

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  7. Ken Howard
    July 12, 2018

    It is sad to say that machineries are the future workers and not a people anymore.

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  8. Sushil mishra
    October 14, 2018

    Machines are not superior than human being….they only do what the master fed to it’s mechanical brain

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  9. U d
    November 13, 2018

    If Human and machine are same then what is life styl of human

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