To understand this post, you might have to read part I and part II on phenomenology and artificial intelligence. The question I'm asking is not: Can computers think? Or: Can AI have consciousness? But: Can meaning "run ahead" for AI the way it does for us? Can we program intentionality, the "about-ness" or "directed-ness" toward … Continue reading Eidos and AI: What is a Thingamajig?
Ideas Pertaining to a Pure Phenomenology and to a Phenomenological Philosophy (I) Try saying that five times rapidly. Reducing such a complex work to a simple blog post is likely to prove a disaster, but I'm gonna try it anyway, keeping the jargon to a minimum. Well, at least explaining the jargon. Edmund Husserl's goal … Continue reading Explanation of Husserl’s Phenomenology