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This article summarizes the entire book and provides you with a step-by-step guide of modules that would need to be implemented for an artificial consciousness.
This article discusses the attention schema theory. It explains our subjective experience of the world but leaves us with more questions than answers.
Knowing how a system will behave in the future helps us to make adjustments in the present. This article discusses how models form the backbone of our mind.
This article discusses experiments that show how the brain consists of competing parts and how the its architecture produces a "mind's eye" and "inner voice".
Where is consciousness located? This article discusses why it is so difficult to pinpoint the position of a "consciousness" within the brain.
Knowing the history of the research into possible theories of consciousness gives us an overview of the possible alternatives of what consciousness could be.
This article give you an overview why the intuitive understanding of perception is wrong and why it took humanity so long to recognize this fact.
This article discusses the connection between empathy, recognizing yourself in the mirror, and building a concept of your own and other people's minds.
This article describes how we instinctively feel that our limbs being extensions of our will and how we can use our body without thinking about each muscle.
This article discusses how the brain can process visual information, recognize visual cues like objects, faces, or colors, and fall victim to optical illusions.
Our ancestors took a unique path when splitting off the apes. This article describes the evolution of the human brain at each step of the way.
The history of the evolution of our senses explains how we experience consciousness. This article explains the brain's architecture by looking at our ancestors.
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This article discusses the implications of the revolutionary theory that our brain uses evolutionary principles to come up with new creative ideas.
This article discusses the secret of our immune system. It uses evolutionary algorithms to beat usually much faster evolving viruses and bacteria.
Combining our knowledge of evolutionary principles, chemical evolution, and artificial life, we can draw a compelling picture of the first forms of life.
What is artificial life, how can we create it, and how can we identify it? This article discusses three different computer programs that resemble life.