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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...nctions. The brain can be regarded as a Turing Machine and the dreams of Artificial Intelligence are likely come true. 6. The brain must be a lear... ...he deepest senses of the words. In other words: it must have been intelligent. So, intelligence (we will use it hitherto as a catchphrase for the g... ...at Searle is talking about – not its programmer, or some other, external source of intelligence. The computer is devoid of intelligence, the Englis... ... doubt that the physical affects the mental and the other way around. This is what disciplines like psychiatry are all about. The ability to contro... ...er more problematic and leads to serious and ominous failures. The problem of the gathering and processing of information - a logistical constrain... ...l Narcissist, the better positioned to criticize the phenomenon. Some "scientific" disciplines (e.g., the history of culture and History in general... ... (a variant of games) typify religious activities. Religion is among the few human disciplines which tackle death head on, sometimes as a centrepie... ... amount of new, unsolved, problems. It suggested new methodological procedures for gathering empirical evidence (research strategies). It was based... ...e conscious, some not). These mental processes are concerned with information: its gathering, its accumulation, classification, inter-relation, ass...

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Capitalistic Musings

By: Sam Vaknin

...d by January next year. HINARI will probably be expanded to cover other scientific disciplines. Authors from developing countries also benefit from... ...scent: nanotechnology, quantum computing, proteomics, neuro- silicates, and machine intelligence. Recent innovations have spawned two crucial ethica... ...e government, the consumer, or business? Should it reflect differences in power, in intelligence, in knowledge, or in heredity? Should resource allo... ...t to predict and "manipulate" because they are influenced not merely by hard-nosed intelligence - but also by rumors, age, education, stage in one'... ...ontractors for governments. NGO's serve as long arms of their sponsoring states - gathering intelligence, burnishing their image, and promoting th... ...ery level. All NGOs should hold "annual stakeholder meetings" and include in these gatherings representatives of the target populations of the NGO...

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