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Determine first if these are actually problems (have an end solution) or
polarities (are interdependent and to be managed). Does the requirement
for self-awareness introduce a polar requirement or can it be broken
down into a series of problems that have solutions with some remainder
that are polar and must be managed (see prior remark on rising costs of metadata)?
All questions are not resolved by yes or no in all cases.
The Turing Test is context-dependent: it depends on who
must be fooled. It is solvable given a specific fool
and polar in that fools won't remain such but manageable
because a new fool can always be found.
Thanks to the categoricalAbstraction list for that reference.
From: Benjamin Franz [mailto:email@example.com]
_Prove_ that natural systems are "self-aware" (as opposed to just a
convincing simulation there-of) and we'll discuss.
> Formally define "self-aware" and the answer will be either "yes" or "no"
Hold on. I'd like to introduce you to someone.
Mr. Godel...Mr. Bullard. O.o